Taking inspiration from symbols and patterns left to us by our ancestors we will create our own large drawing to celebrate the Spring! Ages 5 - 12
About this Event
Since the beginning, humans have marked time and created stories by noticing the seasons and watching the stars. Before we had books, these ancient people all across the globe, left their mark and told their stories through stone carvings and cave paintings. In this workshop, we will take inspiration from the symbols and patterns left to us by our ancestors at sites like Newgrange, the Chevreaux Caves and others to create our own large drawing to celebrate the spring.
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Materials for Let's Celebrate the Spring
Paper (white or any colour paper. If you have large sheets of paper or rolls of paper this will work great too), a glue stick/pritt stick or sellotape & something to draw with (paint, ink & brush, thick markers or oil pastels/crayons are all ideal).
For this event, priority is given to people living in the South Dublin County area. This may lead to the cancellation of your ticket. We appreciate that this may cause disappointment, but hope for your understanding in this matter. Thank you
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