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NEW EASTER ART CAMP with artist Vicky Smith at Galway Arts Centre
Each day starts with an introduction to a new art, craft and design project. Each student will be guided by professional and registered teacher Vicky Smith on how to develop drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramic and textile skills across a range of mediums. Full of fun and art, suitable for ages 6-12 years.
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Cora Murphy will be hosting her ‘Adventures in Abstract Art’ Weekend Painting Workshop at Galway Arts Centre on 22-23 July.The work is a fun, informative way to tap into and develop your own intuitive painting style.The Early Bird Special Price of €225 (usually €265)(*€0.50 online booking fee) expires Today!The fee includes:All materials including great paints, canvasses and mediums2 x days of structured stimulating tuition (10 am – 4 pm daily)A lunch and plenty of yum, good food and refreshmentsA Gallery tour to put your own work in contextComprehensive Follow-on notes so you can hit the ground running at home
For more information and booking please visit:http://coramurphy.com/product/adventures-abstract-art-intro-level-galway/
But please be quick – the **EARLY BIRD** Expires today and places are limited
Every aspiring actor needs a monologue or two: memorised, polished and richly performed that can be guaranteed to display your abilities to your best advantage. These are a mainstay for most audition opportunities
This class is intended for any and all performers who aspire to professional standards and it is to those standards we will adhere. It is recommended that you come to the first meeting having already picked a short monologue (2-3 minutes TOPS) from either the classical (Shakespeare is always a good place to start) or Contemporary repertoire. We will meet as a group every other week over the course of two months during which time each candidate will also receive an hour of one-on-one coaching.
Fee: €100Concession: €80 for students
As part of WE ARE HURTLING INTO THE FUTURE exhibition, Joanna Kidney will teach a class in encaustic painting on Friday 13th January from 11am to 4pm in Galway Arts Centre.Encaustic painting is an ancient, immediate and tactile painting process using molten pigmented beeswax. The workshop will take an experimental approach to exploring the qualities of encaustic painting (texture, transparency/opacity, incising and impressing, building up/breaking down layers). Joanna most recently taught this technique to Fine Art students during a residency at Brigham Young University, Utah. Each participant of the workshop will create an encaustic painting. People can sign up online on www.galwayartscentre.ie The cost is €45 which includes all materials.
Art Workshops for children with professional artist & registered teacher of art Vicky SmithTHE FOCUS FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS DRAWING AND PORTRAITURESaturday mornings starting January 21th-11th FebruaryALL Materials includedAge:6-10 yearsTime:10-1.30 pmCost €100Siblings: 10% discountDrop in €25Max: 10 placesPLEASE BRING A SMALL SNACKFurther information available here www.vickysmith.ie
Ad hoc choirSing with the Ad hoc choir !Beginning a journey of discovery into the mystery of the human voice.Singing is a natural birthright. Through a series of weekly workshops anyone can sing. This Natural Voice workshop will guide participants through the world of singing. Enjoy singing in a group, learning harmonies from around the world. Everything is learned by ear. There will be a chance to learn about our own voices and to explore singing with others in a relaxed, friendly setting.Kate Duignan is a Natural Voice facilitator. Trained with Frankie Armstrong, Ivan Midderigh and Roy Hart Theatre France, Cork and Sligo Jazz Summer Schools and Community Music Galway pilot scheme. €120 full price and €90 concession, for full term - 12 weeks with 1 class per week.*
*Please not there will be no class on February 16th.
€12 drop in feeNo auditions, just sign up and come along.
JANUARY POETRY WORKSHOPS AT GALWAY ARTS CENTRE
Starting in January, Galway Arts Centre is offering aspiring poets a choice of three poetry workshops, all facilitated by poet Kevin Higgins, whose best-selling first collection, The Boy With No Face, published by Salmon Poetry, was short-listed for the 2006 Strong Award for Best First Collection by an Irish poet.
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