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La mia casa, la mia città

A creative workshop

February 17, 2024

@ Rua Red Art Centre, Tallaght

10:30 am to 12 pm

Art workshop

Suitable for children 5+

Language:

Italian

€5

When you purchase a child ticket the accompanying adult goes free.

Please note:

Children must be under the supervision of an accompanying adult at all times.

La nostra casa è il luogo privilegiato dove apprendiamo la nostra lingua. Un susseguirsi di spazi, giochi, esperienze e ricordi legati a parole precise. Cominciando da una breve storia, raccontata con la tecnica narrativa del kamishibai, esploreremo diversi aspetti del tema “casa”. Attraverso l’uso di colori, forme, lettere libere e parole, rappresenteremo insieme i luoghi speciali della nostra casa. Nelle camerette di bambini e bambine, realtà e immaginazione si incontreranno nelle storie della buona notte di ciascuno di noi e scopriremo anche che le nostre case non sono poi così lontane: fanno parte della nostra città che disegneremo tutti insieme!

Our home is the privileged space where we learn our language—a series of spaces, games, experiences and memories connected to specific words. Commencing with a short storytelling with the kamishibai narrative technique, we will explore the various interpretations of the theme of home. Using colours, shapes, free letters and words, we will represent together the unique spaces within our homes. In the children’s bedrooms, reality and imagination will intersect in each of our bedtime stories. Moreover, we will find out that our homes are not as remote; they are integral components of our city that we will illustrate together!

Meet the artist

Paola Invernizzi

Paola Invernizzi is an Italian Visual Artist working in the field of Arts Participation. She holds a degree in Arts and Health from the Brera Academy of Art in Milan. Drawing from diverse experiences in Health and Education, she recognizes art’s profound impact on well-being. Embracing a phenomenological approach and various techniques, Paola fosters inner connections with art forms, aiming to extend this to the broader community and enhance the sense of belonging. Since 2018 in Ireland, she tailors initiatives to community needs, particularly focusing on Arts in Education and Arts and Health contexts, contributing positively to the community’s well-being.

All ticket sales are final, and refunds will not be issued.

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