MAY SUNDAY PROGRAMME:

To view the entire programme click here: Programme on Issuu.com
Download the programme here: May Sunday Programme PDF

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Notes on accessibility: We have tried to keep events as accessible as possible for people with varying levels of mobility.

  • Events at Greywood Arts, with the exception of the lantern making workshop (in upstairs art studio), will be held on the ground floor and are wheelchair accessible.
  • The Torchlight procession will remain on the road up to the metal bridge and back.
  • Walks on Saturday & Sunday require the ability to manage the foot paths in the wood. However, if you would like to attend a walk and have concerns, get in touch at creativekilleagh@gmail.com and we will see what we can do.
  • The open air dance will be held next to the playground and should be easily accessible to all.

PAST: 

poetry day


 

Sensing Place:
Intergenerational Sensory Walks with Lisa Cahill & the Monday Club.
**Booking Essential**Sensing Place 3

March 26th Monday – 10.30am
29th Thursday – 10.30am
April: 7th Saturday – 10.30am
11th Wednesday – 5.30pm


Pop-up Restaurant Fundraiser 

CK Pop-up Resto

Info here.
Online ticketing here.


THIS NECK OF THE WOODS:
You’re invited to participate in a community-sourced exhibition! neck of the woods 2


Artist in the Community Residency with Sara French

Fixin’ an Elixer6 April Friday 
A bitters making workshop with Creative Killeagh artist-in-residence Sara French (limited)

Workshop

Passtime Possibilities (ages 10+): 14 April Saturday
Learn to invent games using nothing but our brains and bodies, with Sara French.

Passtimepossibilities

The Last Vault: 21 April Saturday
All Ages “Pub,” Party, & Performance

LAST VAULT

Barter a story, song, joke, trick, or game to gain an artisan beverage made during Sara French’s residency.


HARK! National Poetry Day Open Mic
April 26th Thursday 7pm:
at The Old Thatch


Free Library Launch with Killeagh Scouts – TBD 


MAY SUNDAY FESTIVAL: May 4th – 7th 

Exhibition, May Day craft workshops, Land Art Workshop, Nature Weaving, Curated Talks & Walks, Torchlight Procession, Fancy Dress Competition, Open Air Dance, Community Potluck, Foroige Film Screening, Music in the Pubs, GAA Family Fun Day.


Creative Killeagh Adult Art Night
March 22nd, Thursday, 7-9:30
A workshop in Papercutting with Leigh Millar.

Learn the techniques for creating beautiful, delicate and intricate works of art with just paper and a craft knife.  All materials supplied and you will go home with a completed work. No previous experience or skills required.

Limited places, Booking Essential: creativekilleagh@gmail.com or 083.8451750

Paper Cutting Workshop


31st October:
PROGRAMME LAUNCH & PERFORMANCE (Tuesday, Time TBC)
Léann Herlihy’s performance W O O D S H O P  is presented in conjunction with the programme launch of Creative Killeagh, as well as Halloween. This will be a fun and intriguing evening for the entire family as we kick off a series of community arts events which will culminate on May Sunday, 2018.

Herlihy’s performance explores the motion of rocking – an homage to the motion of sawing and the history of Greywood Art’s building as a sawmill. The audience will be seated on rocking chairs created in the workshops prior to the event.


26th October:
ARTIST TALK T (Thursday, 7pm)

Join us for a cosy evening in conversation with Léann in the library at Greywood Arts. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn how an artist conceives of and carries out her artistic process. We will also be screening ‘HANDS’, a documentary about furniture making by David Shaw-Smith for RTE from the late 1970’s. 


Saturday, 28th October & Monday, 30th October :
W O O D S H O P WORKSHOPS
Bring the whole family to workshops where you will build your own rocking chairs! These rocking chairs will be exhibited at the Programme Launch and used for the audience to sit on during Léann’s performance. The rocking motion is in homage to the motion of sawing and the history of Greywood Art’s building as a sawmill.  Construction will be child-safe, but children must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 1-100 welcome.

 

 

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