Free Spring 2022 Workshop in Limerick for Ages 6-8
Arts to Make You Feel Better
Do you know a child living with a long-term health condition who would benefit from exploring their creativity, having fun and building friendships in a safe and stimulating environment?
Then Helium Arts’ spring workshop series might be right for you!
About the Workshop
The spring programme will be based in spring and all the wonderful things that it brings:
The flowers, the insects and the birds come alive again after a winter break, and so does our creativity. It will be called Waking Up.
We will explore this outburst of life through visual arts and sensory play:
Activities include printing on paper and on clothes (making our own tshirts), making our own books, experimenting with steam based activities, like opening flowers and foaming monsters, making flower bombs and painting all our favourite animals in giant pieces of paper.
When & Where
Where:Southside Child & Family Centre, Limerick Social Service Council, Southside Education Campus, Galvone, Limerick
When: Saturdays, 5 March – 9 April 2022
10:30am – 11:30am
Who: Children ages 6-8 in Limerick living with long- term health conditions
Facilitated by artist Ana Colomer
How to Register
Registration opens Monday 10 January 2022 and closes Monday 14 February.
Email our Family Liaison firstname.lastname@example.org or call 086 0103230 to register your interest and find out more.
Space is limited and bookings are on a first come first serve basis. Parents/Guardians, please note: booking a place on a workshop for your child constitutes agreement to Helium Arts’ Terms of Service.
Helium Arts’ national Creative Health Hub Programme is supported by the Creative Ireland Programme, the Department of Health, the HSE, and the Arts Council.
The Mid West Creative Health Hub also receives funding from RETHINK Ireland through the Arts to Impact Fund and the ESB Energy for Generations Fund.
The Mid West Hub is taking place in partnership with University Hospital Limerick, HSE Mid West Community Healthcare, Limerick City and County Council, Limerick Culture and Arts Department, and community venue partner the Limerick Social Service Council, Southside Child & Family Centre.