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This workshop will introduce you to some botanical knowledge of different plant families. You will pick a plant from the garden, carefully develop a view and practise your drawing.
Enjoy beautiful views of the Nephin Mountains and Loch Conn in picturesque Co. Mayo in the west of Ireland while you learn a new craft.
The Irish School of Landscape Painting, founded by Kenneth Webb in 1957, is the original and foremost Holiday Painting School in Ireland. Each summer the School offers courses in some of Ireland's most breathtaking locations.
Learn to paint with Dermot Cavanagh along the Wild Atlantic Way at the Beach Hotel, Downings in Donegal. Packages include tuition from a top TV art tutor, accommodation and all painting materials and equipment. Courses at the Beach Hotel in Downings.
This unique course offers an opportunity for Irish language speakers to spend a week on Tory Island and study the rich language, culture and folklore of this special offshore island.
Designer Mart at Cow's Lane outdoor market located in Temple Bar in Dublin city centre showcases artwork and designer creations by Irish and Ireland-based designers.
Artzone are the leading Children's Art School in Dublin. We are committed to the development of art skills and creativity in a professional but fun and artistic environment.
Barry Doyle Design Jewellers is a bespoke goldsmith studio based in the Georges St Arcade in Dublin City Centre and members of the Designer Dublin Craft Trail.
Kil'n Time is a paint your own pottery studio, where you can drop in and personalise a unique piece of pottery. You paint, we glaze and fire it for you. Suitable for all ages.
Eden Hill offers general English and one to one courses to adults and young people all year round. They specialise in general English and offer in-house examinations.
£680 per person
£400 per person
€1,970 - Coupon code TL-IRL2015
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