Cruinniú na nÓg will take place on Saturday 13th June. It is Ireland’s national day of creative activity for children and young people – and entire families. So get ready to answer the call, to celebrate your creative talents, and to share them with the nation. It’s a day for doing, making and creating.
Check out the fantastic events organised for you by Roscommon County Council Arts Office, Heritage Office and Library Service, Roscommon Arts Centre, Music Generation Roscommon and Roscommon County Youth Theatre at https://cruinniu.creativeireland.gov.ie/.
In order to make the event happen this year, most activities are online and there’s an element of getting out and about too with tutorials to encourage heritage explorations within your own 5km! These are just some of the events which require action before the 13th June.
This is Me: Children’s Portraiture Exhibition at Roscommon Arts Centre
Read details at https://roscommonartscentre.ie/
Closing Date for entries: Wednesday 3rd June
Brickflicks: Stop Motion with Lego Animation Course with Roscommon Arts Centre
Apply/Register at https://roscommonartscentre.ie/
Dates: From week of May 25th
One Voice: Virtual Cruinniú Choir with Roscommon Arts Centre
Sign up at https://roscommonartscentre.ie/
Dates: From May 29th
Digital Photography Exhibition with Roscommon County Youth Theatre
Life in retrospect through the eyes of a young person
Register by emailing email@example.com
Sign Up by Monday May 25th. Closing date for entries Monday 8th June.
Music Generation Roscommon Zoom Workshops
Ukulele, Electric Guitar, Traditional Flute/Whistle, Jazz, Singing
Register by emailing MusicGenerationRoscommon@gretb.ie
Be part of the Roscommon Story. Contact Roscommon County Council to let them know how you get on afterwards. Send a drawing, photograph, poem, story or letter about your day by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cruinniú na nÓg is an initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and is presented in partnership with RTÉ and Roscommon County Council.