Free Events at 49 North Street, in association with RESONATE
Wednesday 26th July & Wednesday 2nd August. 3:30-5:30pm
The Happiness Ensemble at 49 North Street. One road to 'happiness' is to be creative without any judgment. At the Happiness Ensemble, you can't go wrong. Just play (or sing) as you feel (or are). Bring your own instrument or use one of 49's. All welcome.
Thursday 27th July. 2 - 4pm
Fite Fuaite & Irish music at 49 North Street. Pól O'Colmain, bilingual poet and musician extraordinaire facilitates this monthly pop-up Gaeltacht. The festival edition includes a musical celebration. Bring an instrument or come and listen - even if you don't (yet) speak a word of Irish!
Friday 28th July & Friday 4th August. 11am:
Trad & Tunes at 49 North Street Informal music making & learning group. Drop in and listen to traditional tunes or bring an instrument and join in.
Friday 28th July & Friday 4th August 4th. 2 - 4pm:
Ealaíon Art Group This group provides an opportunity for people interested in visual art to explore ideas and experiment with materials. It is a relaxed, supportive space in which creative discoveries can be made - with an emphasis on enjoyment! To book your place email Rebecca Keyser: email@example.com
Monday 31st July. 11am – 12.30pm:
Mindfulness and Nature. Come experience a gentle mindfulness session with Wendy Robinson, a (nature) coach and mindfulness teacher. We will do some short exercises and mindfulness practices to give you an experience of mindfulness. The session is suitable for complete beginners as well as experienced meditators. Wendy will incorporate some nature-based teachings into the session. Bring whatever you need to feel comfortable – e.g. warm clothes or layers, a cushion for your back or to rest your feet on, a bottle of water. We look forward to welcoming you!
Tuesday 1st August 1st . 2-4pm;
What makes us thrive?
A conversation/workshop in which we look at ourselves and our surroundings through four different lenses. What is there? What would we like to see? And how does this connect to doughnut economics? With Alice Glendinning, Moze Jacobs, Peter Dunican and others.
Thursday 3rd August. 2 - 4pm:
Who am I? – Creative writing workshop. Maybe the most important question in the world, and writing can help you find answers. Bring a pen and paper and, if you like, an object or image that means something to you.
Thursday 3rd August. 5.30pm – 7pm:
Aperture 49 will hold a creative discussion about photography, the way it is used and its place in our modern digitalized world. Please bring your photographs to share. Facilitated by Tomasz Madajczak.
For more information: www.skibbereenartsfestival.com