Online workshop that invites you to consider how to advocate for a safe, welcoming and playful Cork city for current and future generations as part of the Freedom of the City project. 

In this workshop, students will look at what changes we can make to ensure our city is a safe, welcoming and playful space for current and future generations. Join artist Shane O’Driscoll as we design a poster that identifies one significant change you’d make to life in Cork city. In this workshop students will explore graphic design including layout, colour, imagery and typography as they create their own individual posters.

Shane O’Driscoll is an Irish printmaker and visual artist that practices mainly in screen printing. He studied Visual Communications and is a member of Cork Printmakers and Graphic Studio Dublin. He has exhibited his work internationally and throughout Ireland. Shane has displayed work in The National Print Museum of Ireland, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Connecticut and The Irish Arts Centre, New York.  Shane also creates large scale murals in both city and rural settings and is one of the founding members of Ardú Street Art Festival.

Freedom of the City is funded by Cork City Council.