Carrickmacross, 20th Nov  3.30pm

For children aged 8-12 years

These workshops will explore through art the importance of coral reefs in our oceans.

What they are, what their role is, and how they are in danger from pollution etc. Beautiful images of corals will decorate the walls and we will look at how diverse they are and which aquatic animals depend on them. We at the art work of Stephanie Kilgast who makes coral sculptures on old tin cans. Children will make their own coral sculpture using FIMO clay on a piece of plastic to highlight how pollution effects our world.