Dublin City Council’s Creative Hubs for Children at the Central Library

We are delighted to announce a new line-up of workshops for children to take part in this spring as part of Dublin City Council’s Creative Hubs Programme, an initiative of Dublin City Arts Office and Libraries, delivered by The Ark.

The Central Library is the fourth Dublin Library to become part of the Creative Hubs programme, joining Ballyfermot, Cabra and Coolock Libraries. Dublin City Council's Creative Hubs provide free year-round multidisciplinary arts experiences for children, schools and families to access in their Library and locality.

Artists taking part in the spring workshop programme which is currently underway include Luke Casserly, Kate Brady, Monica Munoz, Jane Groves and Fadi Zmorrod. These free workshops explore a wide variety of art forms from Circus Skills, to Spoken Word, Visual Art to Dance and Drama and more.

Keep up to date with the programme and the offerings by following Creative Hubs brand new social channels

Instagram @Creativehubs_
Facebook Creative Hubs

Images Courtesy of Mark Stedman featuring Vira Pechenia, Varvara Pechenia and Isabella Preston from Laurence O Toole N.S.; Praney Pollapthu from Presentation Primary Georges Hill; Logan Connolly from Dublin 7 ETNS.