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At Home With Irish Arts Center | Maeve Clancy: Pop-Up Books for the Autumn Equinox

Create your own pop-up page!

Details

This event is free thanks to the generosity of Irish Arts Center friends, members, and supporters. We welcome donations in any amount as a part of your registration.
Date(s)

Sun, Sep 27, 2020

1:00pm

Contact

info@irishartscenter.org

Overview

In Irish folklore, with fall come púcas (shape-shifting creatures), haunted houses, fairy forts, and sundry spooky phenomena. The Irish illustrator, stage designer, and graphic novelist Maeve Clancy explains the various legends surrounding the equinox, and teaches participants of this interactive workshop how to create a Celtic-inspired pop-up page that they can later multiply and assemble into their very own pop-up book!

This event takes place at 1pm ET / 6pm IST

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You will need the following materials to make your pop-up book:

2 Pieces of 8'11 paper (called A4 Paper in Ireland) or cardstock  
1 pair of scissors 
1 glue stick  
Something to draw with (colored pencils, markers, etc.) 



Join our Collective Pop-Up Book Project!
 

Our Supporters

Irish Arts Center programs are supported, in part, by government, foundation, and corporate partners including Culture Ireland, the agency for the promotion of Irish arts worldwide; public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office and the New York City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the National Endowment for the Arts; Howard Gilman Foundation; Jerome L. Greene Foundation; the Charina Endowment Fund; The Shubert Foundation, Inc.; M&T Bank; The Ireland Funds; Northern Ireland Bureau; the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Consulate of Ireland in New York; Tourism Ireland; CIE Tours; Delta; and thousands of generous donors like you.

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