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The Art of Puppetry for Early Years Teachers

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Marino Institute of Education

9 Griffith Avenue

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The Art of Puppetry for Early Years Teachers

Saturday 20th October 2018 from 9.00am - 4.30pm.

15 euro per person
or
10 euro per person ( Voluntary Notified to CCC Childminders or Active Childminder or Student )

Seminar Programme

9.00 - 9.30 am Registration and Networking

9.30 - 9.45 am Welcome address

9.50 - 12.45 pm Master Class: Arbutus room Clodhna Noonan,

"The Grotesque style of Puppetry", Intergenerationat Creativity with Vitalijus Mazuras and Cliodhna Noonan

12.45 - 1.45 pm Lunch Break

1.45 - 4.15 pm Choice of learning oppertunities:

  1. Arbutus Room Cliodhna Noonan "Welcome to the Grotesque Kingdom"
  2. Room 3 Niamh Lawler "Puppet Making and Performance for Storytelling and Creative Play"
  3. Room 4 Thomas Baker "Hands that Tell Tales"
  4. Room 5 Órla Kelly " All the World is a Stage! Theatre and Story Building"


4.00 - 4.15 pm Arbutus Room Closing, Raffle and Certificates

About the Workshops


Cliodhna Noonan,
“Welcome to the Grotesque Kingdom”
Aistear Theme: Communicating and Identity & Belonging
Siolta standards: 1. Rights of the child, 5. Interactions and 6. Play

Join Cliodhna to continue on a journey to the Grotesque
Kingdom after her master class presentation. You will
make a grotesque style puppet that can move at least
one feature and further create a still life of the Grotesque
Kingdom as a group. Cliodhna will invite you to discuss
cross cultural arts experiences and the challenges they
present to you as a teacher using a creative approach as
well as the role of the artist in the early years setting.

Niamh Lawlor,
“Puppet Making and Performance for Storytelling and Creative Play”
Aistear Theme: Communicating
Siolta standards: 1. Rights of the child, 5. Interactions and 6. Play

Drawing on her extensive experience, Niamh Lawlor of
Púca Puppets will guide participants in the making of a
simple puppet, designed to be used with young children
as a storytelling tool. She will introduce the basics of
puppetry performance and encourage participants to
use these with their puppet to tell simple stories for early
years' contexts.

Thomas Baker,
“Hands that Tell Tales"
Aistear Theme: Communicating and Well-being
Siolta standards: 1. Rights of the child, 5. Interactions and 6. Play

Join Thomas in making a table top puppet; this is a
puppet that can be used in a combination of ways, it can
be used by one person on its own or operated by up to
3 people working as a team. The main construction is
fabric-based with wadding and elastic-bands; (this
construction can be elaborated on after the workshop).
Once the puppets have been constructed, Thomas will
bring them into life and will demonstrate how to use
them effectively when telling stories to children.

Órla Kelly,
“All the World is a Stage! Theatre and Story Building”
Aistear Theme: Identity & Belonging and Well-being
Siolta standards: 1. Rights of the child, 5. Interactions and 6. Play

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