Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly Slow Looking Workshop

The presence/absence of certain freshwater invertebrates tells a story of a water body’s health, because some invertebrates are more sensitive to pollutants than others, so we can use them as “indicator species” to determine water quality. Using a range of viewing devices we can look closely and draw these fabulous little creatures, a wonderful moment of combined art and science to help open our eyes to the natural world. Join artist Anne Cleary and marine biologist Rachel O’Malley to have a closer look at some of the tiny creatures that inhabit our waterways.

This event is suitable for families.

Our Box Office is located at: 3 Parnell Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Call Box Office: 087 3823000

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Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly Slow Looking Workshop

Using bug boxes and microscopes for a careful examination of the riverside flora and fauna, followed by guided illustration drawing

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3.30pm
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The presence/absence of certain freshwater invertebrates tells a story of a water body’s health, because some invertebrates are more sensitive to pollutants than others, so we can use them as “indicator species” to determine water quality. Using a range of viewing devices we can look closely and draw these fabulous little creatures, a wonderful moment of combined art and science to help open our eyes to the natural world. Join artist Anne Cleary and marine biologist Rachel O’Malley to have a closer look at some of the tiny creatures that inhabit our waterways.

This event is suitable for families.

Our Box Office is located at: 3 Parnell Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Call Box Office: 087 3823000

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