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Artist Helen Barry and teacher Mary Bennett share with us their work with the students of Scoil Mhuire Ógh 1, Dublin as part of the Teacher-Artist Partnership as a Model of CPD.
'A Sensory Experience of Place' included artist Lisa Cahill, teacher Leanne Kyle and the pupils of P2 & 3 Aughnacloy P.S. Co. Tyrone.The project is part of the Virtually There artist-in-residence project managed by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership.
Artist Sharon Kelly and teacher Fionnuala Hughes from at St Patrick’s PS, Co. Armagh, talk about their explorations for this phase of the Virtually There Project around the idea of Balance
An early years documentation project with Artist Lucy Hill and Woodland Park Preschool, Westport.
The project engaged withchildren in response to a public artwork. It explored questions about potential forms of art & public art as well as themes relevant to the work such as technology, infrastructure, philosophy, locality.
A creative commemoration project, engaging children and teachers from 10 schools in Ireland and Northern Ireland with the Decade of Commemorations, through research and creative activity alongside a professional artist and writer.
Artist Vanya Lambrecht Ward collaborates with children from Ardfert National School, Tralee, via video conferencing technology.
Artists Órla Kelly and Anne Cradden work with Scoil Bhríde Cailíní and Tyrrelstown Education Together, supported by Fingal County Arts Office.
Artist Helen Barry works with Teacher Joanna McCallig and Junior Infant children from Dominican National School, Dun Laoghaire.
A unique early years arts education programme taking place in two community crèche services in Fingal, north county Dublin.
A year long process-led engagement and partnership between the second year students of Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Dingle, their art teacher Brenda Ní Fhrighill and artist Maree Hensey.
Visual artist Helen Barry engaged in a 12week collaborative residency with 1st class children in the Muslim National School, Clonskeagh. Together they explored components of Islamic art and design using a cross-curricular approach.
An early-years collaboration exploring the integration of visual print media into Aistear and Siolta.