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Afternoon Art Party:
Children’s Animation Workshop with Lisa O’Donnell

$25 general / $20 members

Only 12 places available for each age group! Adults only need to book a ticket for their children and do not need to stay for the workshop. All materials are provided.

Afternoon Art Party

This series is designed to provide children with the chance to interact with IAC artists and performers, while taking part in the creative process. Activities and events will relate to the artistic programs we present, offering the chance for parents to expand the Irish Arts Center experience for their children. 

Children’s Animation Workshop with Lisa O’Donnell

Saturday, December 5
11 am – 2 pm | Ages 6 - 12

After a successful debut workshop last spring, Galway-born artist Lisa O’Donnell returns to IAC to lead a stop-motion animation class for children. To tie in with our annual Irish Christmas concerts, this season’s workshop will explore the theme of winter solstice. Young animators will produce a storyboard for their groups’ film, make clay characters, and create props from paint, colored pencil, collage and mixed media works. Children can see their work come to life on camera, producing animated films 1-2 minutes long.


 



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Lisa O'Donnell was born in Galway, Ireland. She received her BA Fine Art at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and her MA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London. In December 2014 she completed a three-month residency at New York Artist and Residency Foundation. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions and two solo exhibitions in Ireland, the UK and the USA. In 2014 she was long-listed for the John Moores painting prize and completed a residency at the Tyrone Gutherie Centre. O'Donnell's paintings in Trasatlantacha explore the construction of personal and collective memories and histories, contemplating the Irish diaspora in New York during the eighties and early nighties.

 

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