National Gallery of Ireland: Sensory Friendly Workshops for 4 - 10yrs
Mon 18 February 2019
14:00 - 15:00
National Gallery of Ireland,
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square West
Our team of specialist practitioners will lead this sensory-friendly workshop, aimed at children aged 4-10yrs, who may struggle with their sensory environment.
Taking inspiration from the art of the Yeats family, the activities will focus on colour, shape and texture. A variety of art-making processes and experiences will be offered to suit your child's preferences.
The workshop will take place in Room 36, a beautiful, quiet room displaying paintings by John Butler Yeats, Jack B. Yeats and Anne Yeats.
Mon 18, Tues 19 & Wed 20 Feb at 2pm - 3pm
Places are limited, so advance booking is essential. Ticket-holders will be emailed in advance with information about what to expect during the session.
Please note: Booking is only required for children. Parents, guardians and carers who wish to accompany their children do not need to reserve a space.
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