Join author and illustrator John Walsh in a small group class to explore the creation of his graphic novel and create your own page in the story using paneling techniques and ink wash drawing. All skill levels are welcome, and materials are provided by IGHM. Go Home Paddy is timely as it examines the role of immigration, race relations and religion in American society — hot political topics of today. This class focuses on the techniques used in its creation and fosters discussions about graphic novels as a tool for political discourse.
Note: This class has a $20 materials fee, and seating is limited. Please purchase your tickets in advance by clicking here.
MEET Stained Glass with Sarah Segovia (THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT!)
Participants will create their own miniature version of "An Gorta Mor" by Robert Ballagh. This class with teach the beginning skills of soldering, and glass painting. Sarah Segovia is a local stained glass artist who has taught classes at the New Britain Museum of American Art and Artsplace in Cheshire, CT.
This class required a $20 materials fee. Space is limited so please be sure to sign up in advance by clicking here.
Helena Byrne- Story telling and songs- 2020 US Tour
Helena Byrne returns to Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum. Combining her love of Irish folklore and passion for the performing arts, Byrne regularly performs as a seanchaí (Irish storyteller). She interweaves tales of the mysterious Fairy Folk with traditional Irish songs and wonderful insights into the Irish life of days gone by. Akin to the traditional travelling seanchaí of times past, Byrne is renowned for bringing her spellbinding stories and songs to diverse audiences in settings large and small.
This event is co-sponsored by the Irish Cultural & Sports Association of Southern Connecticut.
Tickets are $10 for the general public, $7 for members and free for QU students. Use the button below to purchase. This event will fill up fast, please be sure to buy your tickets in advance by clicking here.