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Arts in Education Spring Regional Day Roundup


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Teachers, artists and other interested members of the sector gathered in the beautiful Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton on Saturday last for a day of sharing experience, gathering new ideas and networking with colleagues. This, the third of our Portal Regional Days, focused on best arts in education practice in the Northwest, after having had well-attended events in Cork and Dún Laoghaire last year. After a morning of sharing practice (from Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership, the Irish Architecture Foundation and Teacher – Artist Partnership artist Kate Wilson) the group enjoyed a fab lunch catered by local Dromahair-based Edergole Kitchen.

The afternoon session was led by  artist Vanya Lambrecht-Ward— a fun, sometimes challenging, hands-on activity using folded paper to create shapes, which opened up endless possibilities for further use in classrooms and farther afield. Read Vanya’s essay ‘The Value of Folding’ in the Portal read room – artsineducation.ie/en/reading-room/

Well done to all!

Portal Spring Regional Day - Q&A Panel Discussion with Aideen McCole & Stephen Gilmartin from the Irish Architecture Foundation, Jo Holmwood & Mary Branley from Kids' Own Publishing Partnership, Artist Kate Wilson from the Teacher - Artist Partnership (TAP)

Portal Spring Regional Day – Q&A Panel Discussion with Aideen McCole & Stephen Gilmartin from the Irish Architecture Foundation, Jo Holmwood & Mary Branley from Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership, Artist Kate Wilson from the Teacher – Artist Partnership (TAP)

 

Participants during the hands-on workshop: Spatial Exploration Through Folding Vanya Lambrecht-Ward

Participants during the hands-on workshop: Spatial Exploration Through Folding Vanya Lambrecht-Ward

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