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Super Paua & Riverbank Arts Centre: Workshop Facilitation Training
Are you interested in learning about Super Paua’s innovative programme of theatre-based workshops with young people which explore science and art? Applications are now invited for a paid facilitation training, led by Mark Ball.
Children’s Books Ireland: Artists’ Coffee Morning
Children's Books Ireland will host their first virtual artist's coffee morning of 2023 on Tuesday, 24th January. This is part of a recurring series of informal yet informative gatherings on Zoom for artists.
Call for presentations: Portal Spring Regional Day 2023
The Arts in Education Portal Team are seeking submissions for presentations for the Portal Spring Regional Day 2023.
Riverbank Arts Centre: Schools Autumn/Winter 2022 programme
Riverbank Arts Centre are delighted to offer events for Primary and Secondary Schools over the coming months. These include live theatre, comedy, IFI School Screenings and more.
Opportunity for Schools: Drama & Filmmaking Project Adúntas
Crooked House Theatre Company invite applications from youth work organisations & schools in Co. Kildare to participate in a new project 'Adúntas'.
2022 Portal Spring Regional Day – Programme Announced
The Arts in Education Portal’s regional tour continues this spring with our first in-person event in 2 years! On Saturday, 7th May join us at the Kildare Education Support Centre for a series of discussions and creative workshops sharing experience and best practice from the sector in the Mid-East.
Call for presentations and workshops: Portal Spring Regional Day 2022
We are seeking submissions for presentations and workshops for the Portal Spring Regional Day 2022 at the Kildare Education Support Centre.
Date Announced for the Arts in Education Portal Spring Regional Day 2022
The Portal Team is delighted to invite teachers, artists and anyone with an interest in arts in education to join us for our first in-person event in two years!
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