REMOTE CLAY WORKSHOP – with Diane McCormick

Do you want to try an art class in the comfort and safety of your own home?

As part of the project called “Coalisland & East Tyrone – Great Place Scheme”, Lough Neagh Partnership are offering people the opportunity to take part in our remote art workshops.  Participants can borrow a sterilised Home Craft Kit which contains tools, equipment and clay.  They can then make their own clay art piece by following an online video tutorial which has been filmed by local ceramic artist Diane McCormick.

When you sign up for one of our remote workshops, we will make arrangements for you to borrow a Home Craft Kit on one of the dates listed below.  Every care and precaution will be taken to eliminate the risk from Covid-19.  Once you’ve made your art piece, there will also be the opportunity for some of them to be incorporated into a large public artwork which will be on permanent display in the Craic Theatre in Coalisland.

You will need access to the internet and a laptop/computer in order to take part in our remote workshops.

Due to the Covid-19 travel guidelines, our Home Craft Kits are only available to people living in Coalisland and East Tyrone.

There are 10 kits available on each of these dates:

  • 19 February
  • 5 March
  • 19 March
  • 9 April
  • 23 April

Arrangements will be made for the return of each kit and your clay art piece the following day.

To book a Home Craft Kit, please contact:

Diane McCormick
Tel: 07933 796060


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