Immerse yourself in a fabulous week long printmaking journey in the majestic beauty of coastal northwest Ireland and to the unique opportunity of working at the prestigious Ballinglen Arts Foundation. Workshop is limited to 10 participants.
Workshop members share fully equipped self-catering traditional cottages with a view of the sea on the edge of Ballycastle village, an easy walk from the studio. Cottages have private bedrooms and shared kitchen and living areas. Most have ensuite baths.
For photos and much more information, please visit the Ballinglen website.
Registration: $2100 includes
workshop tuition and shared studio space for 7 days
all in studio materials
private room from April 21-29
lunch/ dinner/ dessert/ tea/ coffee each workshop day
full use of Ballinglen library and facilities 24/7
transportation to and from Ballina the nearest bus or train station.
Ballinglen Arts Foundation is located in the rural village of Ballycastle, County Mayo. Ballina a shopping town with a population of about 9,500 is about a half hour from Ballycastle, a village of 350. The beach is about a mile from the village and there are numerous loop walks that are easily accessed. In Ballycastle, there is traditional music once weekly in the local pub and Mary’s Cottage Kitchen tearoom has daily lunches and home baking available. A butcher shop, grocery store and an off license are also available. There are obvious marks of continuous habitation for 6000 years in this part of the country so an optional day trip to Ceide Fields (a 6000 year old Neolithic site) Downpatrick Head, the round tower in Killala, and Lacken Strand are available.
For questions about class content or materials:
Ron Pokrasso firstname.lastname@example.org
505 577 6296
For all other inquiries:
Una Forde email@example.com
or phone The Ballinglen Arts Foundation office,
+353 96 43 184 from outside Ireland,
096 43 184 from within Ireland.