|Teenage and Children's Mid Term Workshops focus on Theresa Nanigian: not sorry (14.2.2014)|
||Children aged 5-8yrs | Thursday 20 February |11.00am -12.30pm Children attending this Badge Making workshop will be invited to view the exhibition and to discuss words that complete the same sentence for them. The group will then develop designs using these words which will be made using drawing materials, stickers, transfers, and rubber stamps, and these will made into badges using a special badge machine.|
Children age 9-13yrs | Thursday 20 February | 1.30 -3.00pm Older children participating in this **T-shirt stencilling workshop will be invited to view the exhibition and to discuss words or phrases that complete the same sentence for them. Using stencils and fabric paint children will design and make their own stencil and slogan(s) on a t-shirt. *As fabric paint will be used children should wear old clothes or bring an apron. **Children must bring their own plain t-shirt which should be pre-washed to ensure a long lasting stencil.
Teenager and Young People | Friday 21 February | 1.30 - 4.00pm This Badge Making and Identity Design workshop is an introduction to the principles of typography and identity design. In response to the exploration of personal identity in Theresa Nanigianís exhibition participants will design a logo or monogram to represent themselves. Teenagers will look at how musicians and clothing labels use typography and logos to visually communicate a message and will apply those ideas to create their own personal logo designs. A badge making machine will be used to produce badges featuring the completed designs. All teenage participants will be invited to take Nanigianís survey anonymously.
Workshop Booking and Further Information: Cost for Childrenís Workshops are Ä5 and Teenagers and Young Peoples Workshops Ä7 Booking is advised and numbers limited to 20 for each of the three workshops. Email Donna-Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone reception on T. (0)41 9803311
Please note: Once booked, if you find that you cannot attend, please contact reception, however late, so that your place can be released.
Highlanes Gallery is grateful for the ongoing financial support of Drogheda Borough Council, the Arts Council and Patrons, Benefactors and Friends of the Gallery.
Highlanes Gallery, Laurence Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland T. +353 (0)41 9803311 W. www.highlanes.ie E. email@example.com