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The Beautiful Mountain and Forest Landscape surrounding the Art Centre in the Dublin Mountains forms the perfect natural environment for Art and Craft Courses. As this is the children’s holiday time/ special event, emphasis is placed on making these creative courses enjoyable as well as instructive.

Students are out of doors in the fresh air, sketching, going on forest trails, collecting natural materials for craft work, etc, whenever the weather and activity permit. During breaks/walks, as at all times, the students are under careful supervision.

     
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Clay ModellingFun Activity3-D Construction ActivityOutdoor ClassPainting Clay ModelsForest Walk

Printing ActivityEnamelling ActivityPaddling in Stream

Sketching at PondPuppet Making ActivityPortfolio Group

 

Junior Courses

The Junior age group child (5 - 12 years old) participates in a wide variety of Art and Craft activities such as pottery, painting, drawing, modelling, woodwork, enamelling, rush work, bead work, and many many more. Depending on the age, ability and interests of the student, the types of activities vary.

Senior Courses

The Senior age group student (13 - 16 years old) is more focused in their activities; these include drawing, oil and water colour painting, design, sculpture, pottery, enamelling and many other crafts.

Portfolio Preparation Courses in August

The Portfolio Preparation Course programme which only takes place in August, is structured to provide students (16 - 19 years old) with help in developing a comprehensive portfolio. Students have personal work spaces in which they explore painting, ceramics, metal, silk painting, printing, textiles, design and life drawing all according to their personal requirements.

 
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"I liked watching the frogs jump while I was eating my lunch" Sally - Form 2

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