Join a lively and reflective discussion on works, historic and contemporary in the Collection, including Anderson Paisley, Drogheda from the Railway Station 1849, with artist Claire Halpin, in a participant-centred session, its ambition to create inclusive discussion around artwork.
No prior knowledge or experience is needed and this is an enjoyable way of discovering more about an artwork and hearing what others have to say.
Using Visual Thinking Strategies, the talk is more a discussion where you can offer your opinion in what is going on in the artwork. No prior knowledge or experience is needed and this is an enjoyable way of discovering more about an artwork and hearing what others have to say.
The session is 40 minutes and free…
IMPORTANT: When booking, please note your Zoom Link will be emailed on the day of the event from Eventbrite/Highlanes Gallery. Please check your Junk/Clutter if you do not receive it in your main email box.
• One ticket need only be purchased per household/screen
• A maximum of 40 screens/attendees/families may be admitted to the Session.
• Zoom Meetings are recorded for archival use