dlr Festival of Inclusion Handmade Book Illustration Workshop for People with Special Needs taking place in the Mill Theatre with Illustrator Eva Kelly.
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Recommended age is 12 years +
Carers can assist during the workshop – booking is not necessary for carers/assistants.
Concertina style book or leporello refers to printed material folded into an accordion-pleat style. Also sometimes known as a concertina fold, it is a method of parallel folding with the folds alternating between front and back. This workshop includes making a handmade A6 concertina book with Fabriano paper. Based on the theme of city life and starting with drawings from a wide selection of photos of the city environment as a source of inspiration.
The idea is to create a sense of place through drawings of locations and people in Dundrum documenting it in a simple easy to apply fold out book using a selection of drawing materials and coloured inks. This workshop aims to develop a unique visual language in a fun environment with guided instruction throughout. Recording different scenes on each page with the focus illustration techniques like composition/ mark making/colour. The final stage involves adding areas of colour with each participant having an individual illustrated concertina book to take home.
EVA KELLY is a Dublin based freelance illustrator with an MA in Visual Arts Education and MA in Illustration.
She has been commissioned by Foroige/ Dublin Inquirer/ Dublin Institute of Education/ Dublin Canvas/ South Dublin County Council/ Dublin Flea Market/ ADCD First Aid/ Scoil Ghráinne Community National School
Previous Exhibitions include Polska Éire Festival 2019 Art Cafe/ The dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum 2018 / Rua Red Cafe Wall 2018/ Incognito 2018/19/ Artfully Bernard Shaw 2018 /The dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum Culture Night Dublin 2018/ Galway Arts Centre 2017
Recent Residencies Almost Perfect, Tokyo August 2019 ‘Tokyo Everyday’ De_Construkt, Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York, September 2018