Paper Play

Dates
  • Sat 19 Mar
  • Ages
    All Ages
    Accessible

    Paper Play

    The Ark’s Paper Play workshop with Jane Groves for children aged 2 to 4 years old focuses on imaginative play with paper.

    Let’s play and discover the many ways we can make STUFF with paper!

    This fun and explorative workshop which will have your little ones tearing it up! Scrunch it, stick it, build it, roll it, fold it, and shape it, using your imagination to make awe inspiring creations with artist Jane Groves.

    This joyful workshop will help you to find out new ways to play and interact with this very ordinary yet extraordinary material.

    • You Will Need

      •  1 large A3 sheet

      • A collection of assorted paper this could be A4 sheets, old newspapers , magazines, tissue paper, coloured card or old cereal boxes, glue and scissors

    • Jane Groves

      Jane Groves loves to connect people, places, and landscapes and specialises in working with young people, inspired by her own observations of nature and informed in part by many children’s lack of interaction with and vocabulary about the natural world.

      Jane delights in bringing her spark to very young children and their families, listening carefully and delighting in the creative response, encouraging passion, playfulness, and curiosity.

      Jane has worked extensively with children and communities through working with The Ark, Dublin City Council, Creativity In The Classroom, The Craft and Design Council, DLR, and many more.

    • The Ark

      The Ark is a unique, purpose-built cultural centre in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, where children aged 2 – 12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more.

      The programme of world class performances, exhibitions and creative workshops every few weeks, so audiences both young and not so young can expect a different experience every visit. The Ark gratefully acknowledges the support of its principal funder the Arts Council and also its other annual supporters: the Department of Education and Skills, Temple Bar Cultural Trust and Dublin City Council.