Artforms & practices
This section gives examples of audience development and outreach work in venues such as school and family workshops, youth and community outreach projects, working with facilitators, etc.
Art Alongside project 2012. Press release describing this primary schools project running since 1999 in partnership between Wexford County Council’s Arts Dept, Wexford Arts Centre, IMMA’s National Programme and the Arts Council.
National arts and health website, Waterford Healing Arts Trust.
Professional network and online collaborative research space reporting on artists’ practice with children and young people. Valuable resources across all artforms including articles, interviews, news and the Practice journal published by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership.
Strategic review of provision for and future development of youth arts programmes, 2007.
Guide to best practice in youth dance, 2008.
Proposal for a rehearsed play reading and workshop around themes of conflict, as part of cultural diversity month, 2011.
Masterclass programme for all comers to lead to an ongoing actors studio, 2012.
Review of classroom-based programme, 2010-11.
Evaluation of Oileán, a collaborative youth project with a professional photographer, 2010.
Outline of a school and community-based workshop/performance project, 2011-12.
Evaluation of an arts programme in five West Cork community hospitals, 2005/06.
Case study of collaboration between the theatre and the festival since 1998
Family day registration form, 2012
Pre-workshop letter to parents (1)
Pre-workshop letter to parents (2)
School registration form, 2011
Pre-workshop letter to teachers, 2011
Workshop facilitator contract, 2011
Workshop evaluation form, 2011
Internal evaluation of a family day workshop, 2012
Case study of the theatre’s youth outreach programme based on an apprenticeship model, 2011-12
Dance and physical theatre workshops flyer, 2011.