Programmes for professional educators at the Glucksman are designed to enable teachers from all subject areas to find connections with contemporary art and to learn creative methods for use in the classroom environment.
We also provide exhibition previews and continuing professional development opportunities for teachers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for our regular education bulletin and receive notice of upcoming events.
The Glucksman is developing digital toolkits to support educators and provide creative learning opportunities for students beyond the museum.
Continuing Professional Development
Saturday 14 March 2020, 10am -1pm, €25. All materials provided.,
Join curator Tadhg Crowley and artists Claire Coughlan and Helen O’Keeffe as we explore creative methods that will encourage and enable students to have their voice heard on urgent social and rights based issues. Artists Claire Coughlan and Helen O’Keeffe work as part of the collective Splattervan and use creative activities and approaches with young people to investigate local and global issues through urban art.
This masterclass seeks to empower young people to speak out, be heard and to make a change in their own lives. We’ll be testing out street art techniques and delving into inspiring projects as we find methods to engage your students.
Programmes for professional educators at the Glucksman are designed to enable teachers from all subject areas to find connections with contemporary art and to learn creative methods for use in the classroom environment. The masterclass is accredited through UCC Centre for Continued Professional Development.
10am – 1pm, Saturday 7 March 2020
€25. All materials provided.
Please contact + 353 21 4901844 / email@example.com to book a place.