Participants in this interactive Animation Lab will use their imaginations to discuss and visually explore the nature of memory. The lab will consider questions like: What is memory? How does memory change over time? What about memory is special? Participants will create their own creative responses to these ideas through animation. Explore animation and Memory […]
Resources for Students and Educators
Our mission at The Douglas Hyde is to connect young audiences and art. One of the ways we do that is by creating a series of resources that can help inform your visit such as study notes, information sheets and videos.
We also have a number of resources with directions for everyone to explore art-making on their own time either individually at home or at school in the classroom setting.
Explore our online art-making resources in your own time either individually or at school in the classroom setting. Share your creations by email at: email@example.com
An Artistic Eye
How do you become and artist? What is the best thing about being an artist? What do you all day?
In this series of videos these questions and more are asked of artists including Dorothy Cross, Atsushi Kaga, Sam Keogh and Alice Rekab. Each of the artists shares their unique take on how, and when, they decided to become an artist, how their work is developed, what being an artist means to them, and things that they are excited about.
Check the full list of interviews here.