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21st May 2023
to 15th Jul 2023

Age Range
All ages

Shannon Library

Town Centre
V14 WK50

Green Lines : inspiring climate action through art and words.

Green Lines is an education programme for children that explores themes of climate change and sustainability through art and words. The programme was developed by Clare Libraries and consists of an exhibition and a series of workshops delivered by artists and authors in libraries throughout the county. 

Green Lines: Irish artists that respond to themes of Climate Change, The Environment, and Sustainability  is an exhibition featuring the work of four artists created in response to climate change, the environment and sustainability. The exhibition comes courtesy of University College Cork Art Collection and is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland. Works include pieces by Fiona Kelly, Sean Hanrahan, Gabhann Dunne and Amber Broughton. 

In conjunction with the Green Lines exhibition, Clare Libraries has also developed a series of workshops exploring the themes of climate change, the environment and sustainability using foraging, printing, creative writing and visual art. 

The exhibition is open to the public from the 23rd of May to 15th of July at Shannon Library, during library opening hours. The workshops will be offered to schools around the County.

Please note that the details of events listed above are provided by the relevant Local Authorities.

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