Join us for a night of free Arts, Crafts, Creative Technology Workshops and a Film Screening to celebrate Culture Night 2018. On Friday 21st September 2018, we're facilitating over 40 free workshop places and a free cinema screening for our community.

Pick your free activity below. Places will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Kindly sponsorded by:

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with Shannon O' Bracken

The workshop will be based on the Gustave Klimt ‘Tree of Life’ inspired art project. Young  Artists will use mixed media, acrylic, Tempara paint & oil pastel. This lesson is a great way for children to use their own creativity and style to create a piece of art all their own. Klimt’s example is elegant, detailed & beautiful but what’s even better is seeing how children use the piece as inspiration.  

Max. 10 children per session

Session 1: 4pm - 5.15 pm (BOOKED OUT)

Session 2: 5.30pm - 6.45pm (BOOKED OUT)


Radio Podcasting Workshop

with Mayte Gonzalez and Tony McGuinness

Participants will produce a radio programme of approximately 10-12 minutes duration and record it 'as live' at the end of the workshop. All participants will have the opportunity to have a 'hands on' experience with the various disciplines and roles involved in the making of a radio production including researching stories, interviewing, mixing desk operations, recording and editing.

Max. 10 places

Time: 4.00pm - 7.00pm



with Nicola Doyle

Get acquainted with the minds that shaped the history of Western Art. Take a quick journey from the 18th century through to modern and contemporary artwork, exploring some of the social and historical landmarks of our visual culture.

Max: 32 places

Time:  4.00pm - 7.00pm

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Print Workshop

with Andrea McCorry

We are offering a print workshop with materials supplied. During the workshop drawing and collage  will be used to make monoprints and lino prints. It will be suitable for beginners and those with some print making experience.

Max. 10 places

Times: 4.00pm - 7.00pm



Film Screening

To end Culture Night 2018 at Periphery Space, we have chosen to screen one of the best films of 2017 in our state-of-the-art art house cinema. A smart, emotional and funny film it delivers fresh insights about the turmoil of adolescence and reveals Irish Actor Saoirse Ronan as a fully formed talent.

32 places

Time: 7.15pm