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BEACH ART WITH ‘THE ART HAND’

the-art-hand-image-beach-bubbles-500x300Kick off your Culture Night on The Copper Coast with an Environmental Art Workshop with artist Sean Corcoran of The Art Hand. This is an outdoor workshop that will take place on Kilmurrin Cove. You will be using natural materials including sand and stone to create a collaborative artwork. Please bring along some of the following items if you can; A Rake, A Shovel, A Wheelbarrow, A Stick, A Camera.

The Art Hand is an Art School that runs art classes for kids, families and adults at their premises in Bunmahon as well as in schools around the country. They specialise in collaborative workshops in Mosaic, Environmental Art and Film Production. No booking is necessary.
All are welcome, bring the kids and Granny!

Kilmurrin Cove is located between Boatstrand and Bunmahon but if you need directions please ring The Art Hand on 051 292919 or 087 2524657.

This workshop will proceed whatever the weather so come prepared.
Duration : 90 minute workshop

Time:5pm – 6.30pm

  • Phone: 051 292919 / 087 2524657
  • Website: http://www.theArtHand.com
  • Address:Kilmurrin Cove, between Boatstrand and Bunmahon. Co. Waterford

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This entry was posted on September 17, 2015 by in General, Workshop/Up-skill and tagged , .

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