Families, children, and guardians of all ages are invited to join us to explore our current exhibitions ‘The Stroker’ by Pilvi Takala and ‘When the idea is extinguished’ by Alan Phelan the Atrium Space, through art activities, creative exercises and personal responses
Saturday 7 September 2019 | 3pm - 4pm
Location: TBG+S Gallery
Free admission, click here to book your ticket.
Families, children, and guardians of all ages are invited to join us to explore our current solo exhibition by Pilvi Takala & 'When the idea is extinguished' in the Atrium Space by Alan Phelan through art activities, creative exercises and personal responses. Led by artist and educator Sophie Behal, participants will receive a child-friendly tour of our exhibition and explore and play with a range of materials through which you can respond to the exhibition, or work on your own personal piece of art!
Sophie Behal is a visual artist working mainly in sculptural installation, which can include audio, text, photographic and performative elements. Her work is characterized by attention to the inherent qualities of materials and their relationship to time. It strives to sit in a space between thinking, language and making. Sophie recently completed an MA in Art + Research Collaboration through IADT, and has recently undertaken residencies in the Mustarinda, Northern Finland and the Impilinna residency in the Finnish archipelago.
Do you live or work in the Temple Bar area? Are you interested in talking about art, visiting exhibitions, meeting artists, or learning about art making? Would you like to meet other people who work or live in the area? Then join us at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios for our FREE Making Connections Programme. These early morning, evening and weekend family events are for everyone – no previous experience required.