The Creative Well in association with Riverbank Arts Centre presents:
This Must Be the Place
Riverbank Arts Centre is delighted to work with The Creative Well arts and well-being project on a new residency throughout 2017.
The Creative Well visual arts programme of work aims to build and support well-being and rich life experiences by encouraging adults to engage with their creativity through visual art. In a friendly social space, we welcome people with all levels of abilities and life experiences, providing opportunities for everyone from complete beginners, to practicing artists and all in between!
The McKenna Gallery at the Riverbank Arts Centre will be utilised not only as a place to see wonderful artworks but also a place where people can engage with their own creativity directly through a series of visual art workshops and artists talks open to all. We will also offer a series of opportunities for practicing artists to develop their work by using the gallery as a studio space for short periods in 2017. Building on our successful curatorial project last year we will also work with a number of local organisations to select contemporary artworks for showing in the McKenna Gallery.
Full details of all upcoming events visit: www.riverbank.ie/creative-well-programme
Riverbank Box Office at email@example.com or 045 448327
TALK: A look at Arts & Wellbeing in Kildare
Thursday January 19th, 7.30pm
Musical Director Sharon Murphy, The Past Times Community Choir
Artist Dominic Thorpe, The Creative Well
Dancer and Choreographer Ailish Claffey, Dance & Health in Co. Kildare
ARTIST STUDIO: This Must Be the Place
1st sessional opening:
Monday January 9th – Friday February 17th
2nd sessional opening:
Monday February 27th – Friday 14th April
*Please note we will be closed on public & bank holidays and for school midterm and holidays.
Open Daily (Monday – Friday) 10am – 4pm each day
March: Drawing Workshop
Thursday: 2nd / 9th /16th / 23rd
7.00 – 9.00pm
Price for four workshops €30
TALK: Artist Talk with Ceara Conway
Thursday February 16th, 7:30pm
Ceara Conway is an Irish artist and singer with a multidisciplinary practice that utilizes visual arts,
supported by methodologies from song, performance and traditional art practices.