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13 June 2020

What’s the Story? Art Workshop with the National Gallery of Ireland

  • Workshop

Join facilitators from the National Gallery of Ireland to create your very own book! In this pre-recorded workshop, facilitators will guide you through Jack Yeats’ lively painting  – ‘The Liffey Swim’.  

This painting shows a crowd of people cheering brave swimmers racing in the River Liffey. Just as Jack Yeats celebrates the joy of people coming together as a community, let’s do the same by making art together in our homes! 

Using everyday materials from around your home, we will make our own accordion notebook and fill it with a story based on ‘The Liffey Swim’. 

For this workshop you will need: 

  • A scissors/fingers to tear 

  • Card from a cereal box/pizza box/recycling bin 

  • Masking tape or glue of any sort 

  • Printer paper or newspaper or sheets of any type of paper 

  • Something to draw or colour with 

  • Optional: Scraps for collaging

Further details on this event are available on the Cruinniú na nÓg page on Dublin City Arts Office

Cruinniú na nÓg Dublin



Online Event

13 Jun 2020

11.00AM - 11.00PM

Age range

All ages