Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th September; 10am-4pm and 11am-4pm
Adult Art Course with artist Beth O’Halloran addressing expanded ideas by using expanded media – paintings that stretch beyond the canvas edge, 3D works using everyday/found materials, drawings constructed with non-traditional tools…and delving into ideas sparked by the Bones in the Attic exhibition. The workshops will centre on innovations in process to explore the personal and political issues addressed in the exhibition. Through paint, 3D object making and photographic source material, participants are invited to stretch the definition of painting vs sculpture and in turn question other cultural givens.
Booking on Eventbrite here; €50, materials included.
Beth O’Halloran is a visual artist, writer and educator. As an artist, she explores the natural world in its fleeting aspects- through paint, lens and installation. She is also a prize winning writer of fiction and non-fiction. As educator, she is currently an instructor with MFA painting in NCAD. Beth is on the Hugh Lane Gallery panel of professional artists and guides.
More on the Bones in the Attic exhibition here