Unexpected Spaces

We’re delighted to announce the line up for our autumn programme of public art! 

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Robert Hais is the recipient of the Unexpected Spaces Residency Award and will be creating a new edition of his animated Exitman video installation specifically for Killeagh Village. This residency is supported by Cork County Council’s Arts Grant.

Meet Robert on Culture Night September 20th from 7-9pm and learn about his process for creating the work. He wants to hear what’s on your mind to inform the shape the animation will take.

Thanks to Creative Ireland, we’ll be offering workshops for adults, teens and families in October. Unexpected Spaces Poster

Yarn Bombing Crochet Workshop
Workshops kick off on Thursday October 3rd with a two-part Yarn Bombing Crochet Workshop (second session Thursday October 10th) from 7-9:30pm (€20 for both sessions). Learn to make granny squares, pom-poms and other small shapes for installation in a public place in Killeagh village. Beginners and experienced crocheters welcome!

Booking on Eventbrite.

Street Art Workshop for Teens
On Saturday the 5th and Sunday the 6th of October we have a Street Art Workshop for secondary school students. It’s an opportunity for young people to voice what’s on their mind and share these thoughts with the community by respectfully making a mark on the village. They’ll learn to make moss graffiti, pastables and stenciled artworks. From 11am – 3pm, Bring a packed lunch, €30.  

Booking on Eventbrite.

Framing the Landscape
Last but not least, we have a really special opportunity for families to create a public art work with on Sunday October 13th from 2-5pm. In this hands-on afternoon inspired by the work of Unexpected Spaces public art resident Robert Hais, we will playfully explore what we see and how we look at the world around us. We’ll make a temporary exhibition in Killeagh village.

Booking on Eventbrite.

If you have any questions, or can’t book online, just drop us a line at create@greywoodarts.org or ring 083 845 1750.