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Enchanting performances for very young children and their adults.
in partnership with
Graffiti Theatre Cork

Enchanting performances for very young children and their adults.

BEAG artists use sound, colour, movement and tactile materials to create playful encounters. In partnership with Graffiti Theatre, Cork.

Thursday 12 September
10–11am & 12 midday–1pm

What Colour is the Rain? (Suitable for children aged from 0-1 years)

What Colour is the Rain? created for BEAG by visual artist Rachel Doolin soothingly explores sound, rhythm, colour and play in a creative way for the very young. Initially performative, children are then invited to experiment and explore the materials around them encouraging thinking and communication and self-expression.

Saturday 14 September
23pm & 45pm

Sticky Pic (Suitable for children aged 18 months-3 years)

Sticky Pic, created for BEAG by actor/artist Rosie O'Regan, is a gentle interactive arts experience using cardboard easels with sticky back paper. Children will explore materials such as paper, plastics, wool and a variety of shapes to create their own illustrations while investigating pattern, colour, shape and design.

Thursday 19 September
11am12 midday & 34pm

Paper-Pond Play (Suitable for children aged 1-3 years)

Paper Pond, created for BEAG by visual artist Regina Carbayo and dancer Maria Svensson, is a playful physical performance focusing on language and communication (both verbal and non-verbal) using crayons and paper to tell a story. Children will be invited to play and explore the crayon world that has been created, to add their own ideas and to have their own experience. NB crayons can mark clothing, so old clothes are advised for the full experience.

These sessions are free to attend but booking via Eventbrite is essential: 

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