Make Create Innovate offer this hands-on, jargon-free one day workshop that will introduce you to physical computing using conductive materials, and MaKey MaKey hardware.
11am to 12.30pm for ages 5-9
1.30pm to 3pm for ages 10-13
3.30pm to 5pm for ages 13+
In these workshops participants will have the opportunity to explore and learn aerial and acrobatic circus skills.
Suitable for ages 12 to 16 years old
This hands-on workshop explores MaKey MaKey hardware in a fun creative environment where participants are invited to explore the connections between art and technology.
The Artists' Resource Room is a visual artist-led community group providing a space for artistic dialogue in Co. Clare in the form of regular meetings, presentations, artist film screenings and debates. Áine Phillips is a visual artist based in Ennis and is Head of Sculpture at Burren College of Art. She has exhibited and performed her work widely in Ireland and internationally.
Join us for tea/coffee in the Spás at glór at 11am followed by our meeting at 11.30am.
The Ennis Street Arts Festival invited Verónica Alvarez, Director of Spanish Environmental Art Centre, Valdelarte, to collaborate with local artists. One of these collaborations will be with Eileen Hutton, artist and lecturer in the Burren College of Art. Both Eileen and Verónica will talk about their practices, their projects and their future partnership in art. A short documentary film, Rebirthing the Hawthorn, by Ana Colomer, Lena Hughes and Veronica Alvarez, exploring the hawthorn, its lore and history as a common link between The Burren and Valdelarte will be also screened on the day.
Be(e)tween: A Participatory Intervention by Eileen Hutton, is a sensory experience of bees and beekeeping in order to highlight the importance of honeybees as essential to our surrounding environment.
The installation consists of an observation hive on site; drawings illustrating patterns of bee behaviour, and a participatory event involving wearable, solar-powered, vibrating bee sculpture.
Suitable for Older Children
Game Over (v2) is an interactive art installation by Ana Colomer and Coder Dojo Ennis. It is a video game that uses Microsoft Kinect technology to insert the player into the game to survive a journey with multiple obstacles.
Content may not be suitable for younger children