Creative Mandalas

Creative Mandalas

Exploring interculturalism through art, symbols and words

26th of February, from 11 am

@Rua Red, Tallaght

For all ages

Languages:

English + YOURS!

Booking required. 

mandala

Help us create a beautiful Mandala! Our aim is to come together and create a large mandala with people from as many cultures as possible.
As well as the collaborative large scale Mandala, participants will be guided on how to create their very own Mandala. These beautiful Mandalas will be a celebration of the art, symbols and words you associate with your unique identity. This is a unique opportunity to be involved in an intercultural piece of artwork.
The work produced on the night will be reflective of our individual cultural and personal identities. We will spend time understanding, appreciating and celebrating our similarities and differences.

Come and join us. Let’s create together!

Meet the artists

Leanne Mc Laughlin

Leanne is a visual artist with a background in music and horticulture. She has worked on a variety of projects from fine art exhibitions, public sculptures, community arts, outreach and engagement programs. Her work investigates complexities around identity and our continuous metamorphosed state, in addition to exploring our manipulated mirrored versions of self, and how we choose what we inherit, discover and develop of these characteristics.

Eve Li

Eve Li

Eve Li has a degree in Film & Theatre Studies from the University of North London Queen Mary. She has written and directed Fringe theatre shows in London where she ran inclusive drama workshops with The Chicken Shed Theatre. She also taught drama and dance at The Gypsy Booth school of drama and Dance Hertfordshire.
She recently completed a certificate in Community Work with Maynooth University. Eve is a qualified Narrative 4 story exchange facilitator. She is a member of the Donegal Intercultural Platform and a board member of Pobail Le Cheile in Cloughaneely, as well as volunteering with the Danu Project, working with people in direct provision.

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