This Culture Night 2021, take part in a flag making workshop celebrating our relationships with water. Join artists Chelsea Canavan and Deirdre Power, and share your story about watery environments and ecologies, and make your own flag to take home.
All flags created will be documented so their designs can contribute to a collective flag set to be shown on Nicholas Street later this year. Signals from the River is a collaborative experience and a contributing workshop to the Water Paths Project and Eco Showboat Project.
Important Information Terms of Attendance:
COVID 19: The booking information provided will be used for the purpose of contract tracing as required for this event.
As part of the booking conditions for this event, you confirm that you or another person for who you book tickets, will not attend in case you experience any COVID related symptoms.
Photos, videos or sound recordings will be created at the event for documentation as well as publication in print, websites, radio and social or other digital media. Please let a staff member know at the event if you have any concerns. If you take photos of the space or artworks for your own purposes please be considerate of the privacy of others.
A one way entry and exit system will be in effect for the workshop sessions. Entry is through the gates on Nicholas Street and the exit will be through the pathway post workshop onto the river path.
Strict adherence to session numbers will be observed, ticket holders only, and children must be accompanied by an adult. Please observe all other Covid19 regulations in compliance with government guidelines.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
*WaterPaths – Limerick artists Chelsea Canavan and Deirdre Power work collaboratively on projects connected to the life and ecology of our river heritage.
Time: 5.30pm - 8pm
Genres: Arts and Crafts / Craft / Visual Art / Workshop
Features: Family friendly
Address: The Widows Alms House, Nicholas St., Limerick