Simplified painted view of a landscape with green fields, cloudy sky, and drumlin-shaped islands on the horizon.
Kitty Wilmer O'Brien (1910-1982), Clew Bay from Murrisk, County Mayo, 1950s. Photo © National Gallery of IrelandCredit

Course

Mindfulness & Making with Beth O'Halloran

16 May 13.00 - 14.00

Location
Millennium Wing Studio
Admission

€80 for a 6-week course

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Course runs each Thursday, 16 May to 20 June

Inspired by the exhibition Shaping Ireland: Landscapes in Irish Art, this 6-week course will teach participants how to incorporate mindfulness techniques into their busy lives. Each session will include practical art-making, creating work which explores human impact on the land, and will conclude with time for relaxation and reflection. Weather-permitting, practical parts of the sessions will take place outdoors.

Ticket price includes entry to Shaping Ireland: Landscapes in Irish Art.

Beth O'Halloran is an artist and art historian who has studied Zen meditation for 3 years in Japan. The course offers an immersive experience of looking, creating and de-stressing. The aim is to quiet the mind and draw inspiration from artworks in the exhibition and collection.