The life of sound in stories – schools workshop – Donegal (International Event)

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The life of sound in stories – schools workshop – Donegal (International Event)

The life of sound in stories – schools workshop – Donegal (International Event)

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Marianne O’Kane Boal will deliver a children’s workshop in the Donegal Town library for local school children exploring sound in stories and its importance in storytelling.

Marianne will begin this workshop by exploring sounds and music in picture books through reading, discussion and reflection. This will be followed by a hands-on activity where children will use story cubes to create their own stories that consider sound as a way of reflecting emotions, wellbeing, atmosphere and rich storytelling. 

Biography

Marianne O’Kane Boal is a well-known curator and writer on art and architecture. She has been delivering children’s workshops for over 20 years and has worked with Creative Ireland on a number of occasions as part of Cruinniú na nÓg – Ireland’s national day of creativity. She ran a children’s book club in her local library for over three years. She is currently completing a PhD at Atlantic Technological University Sligo on Children, Food and Friendship – Exploring the Links. 

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Date And Time

2023-05-18 @ 10:30 to
2023-05-18 @ 11:30
 

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2023-05-18
 

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