Sunday 2nd May

Hey there pencil pushers. So here we are again coming toward the end of another inspiring working week!! Hooray! Being a bank holiday weekend means a lot of you may well be out of Dublin or as in my case have overriding commitments. For those of you who will be around over the weekend please put suggestions in the comments to this posty post. Yes, many myriad ideas, that's what should flow.

I'll prolly send out an awl mail tomorrow with whatever seems to be winning. Ok go, comment, post, sail without a map!! Oh, incidentally, let one of us know as soon as possible if you want to go on the sketching trip to Cork in a couple of weeks. (22nd May I think it is now) Also if you want to exhibit work let us know as soon as possible. It's all very exciting!! :D

Stephen

8 comments:

The Oh-Aissieux said...

Two suggestions:
1. SoGo Festival in the blocks around South Great George's Street. Including performances, flea market, etc. Details at www.sogo.ie
2. Grounds of Stewart's Hospital, Palmerstown. Great variety of beautifully tended trees, budding and flowering at a mad rate. Diverse birdsong to keep your senses on the alert while you draw.

Jessica said...

How's about the SoGo Festival in Dublin city centre - it could be jam packed, but plenty of variety on the streets and in shops. "SoGo" is south of great george's street, I think, so kind of between grafton and great george's street. Powerscourt Town House is a bit of a focal point. Suggested meet - outside grogan's pub (Castle Lounge) on South William Street, which is opposite the grand staircase entrance into Powerscourt. There would be plenty of cafes to choose from for meet up afer. Would the Bell Cafe be open on a Sunday? That's quite quirky and in that area....

Kozue said...

I'm also interested in SoGo Festival!

James Moone said...

SoGo festival and surrounding area sounds good.

Mary said...

Sounds good, could be a bit like a sketch crawl around the area!

Coilin, what time does the Narrative Arts' 'Storytelling' in the Powerscourt Centre finish at?

Stephen said...

SoGo it is :)

The Oh-Aissieux said...

Mary, we finish at two, by a very handy coincidence.

Mary said...

Ok thanks, Coilin, I may try and make it earlier and experience the storytelling with my pencil!