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Students’ work showcased at MIC exhibition

first_imgLinkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSAnne-Marie MorrinlimerickMary Immaculate CollegeOur Lady of Lourdes Primary SchoolPresentation Primary SchoolProf Michael A HayesSt Mary’s Primary SchoolStudio Classroom WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Twitter Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print WhatsAppcenter_img Advertisement Proud father Paul Lyons from Assumpta Park pictured with his son Paul Lyons (13) from St Mary’s National School, and his artwork ‘Clay Sculptures’, which is currently on display as part of the Studio Classroom exhibition at Mary Immaculate College. Photograph Liam Burke/Press 22THE Studio Classroom exhibition, currently on show in the main lobby at Mary Immaculate College, features work produced by children at three local primary schools through an innovative new project.The schools, St Mary’s Primary School, Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School and Presentation Primary School, worked with MIC and three artists in a scheme that aims to bridge the field of art education and the world of contemporary art.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Working with Anne-Marie Morrin of the Visual Arts Education at MIC, the TED Project delivered a pilot six-week art initiative with three artists; Jean Cleary, Julie Brazil and Kate McElroy; working closely with the schools and children through online residencies.Prof Michael A Hayes, President of MIC said: “Connecting the artists with the primary schools has demonstrated the use of virtual technology to connect studio and classroom where exciting collaborative arts practice evolved.”The primary focus of the Studio Classroom was to promote innovative ways for artists, primary school teachers and pupils to engage and respond to art practice.This project connected artist studios directly into the primary classrooms and promoted innovative ways in which children can respond to artist work by working directly with the artist.Describing the process further Anne Marie Morrin, Visual Arts lecturer at MIC, said: “Working directly from their studios the artists transported the child into an exploratory mindset where experimenting was encouraged and risks embraced. The art sessions moved away from the traditional art class setting where emphasis is placed on the acquisition of skills through the manipulation of materials and tools.“Instead consideration was given to the starting point where the exploration of ideas and how these ideas can be transformed into visual forms.”It is hoped that the project will help develop a model for new approaches for artist, teachers, and children to work together in the teaching and learning of art in schools, and how technology can help support the creative process. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” NewsStudents’ work showcased at MIC exhibitionBy John Keogh – September 26, 2015 1228 Previous articleWorld premiere of ‘The Train’ musicalNext articleOnly two female TDs ever elected in Limerick John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Police to examine gameday arrest

first_imgSt. Joseph County Police will conduct an internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the arrest of a Notre Dame student at an on-campus tailgate Saturday, according to a St. Joseph County Police press release issued Monday. St. Joseph County Police Sgt. Randy Kaps, a 19-year veteran of the department, arrested a 21-year-old male student for public intoxication at approximately 2 p.m. Saturday, the release stated. The release referenced a third-party video of the arrest, which a Notre Dame student posted on YouTube Saturday night. The video received more than 10,000 views before it was made private Monday afternoon. “Our department was made aware of the YouTube video early [Monday] morning depicting the arrest,” the press release stated. “Our administration has viewed the video. At this time, we are gathering further information relating to the circumstances leading to the arrest of the suspect in the video.” The release also stated the investigation would look at other evidence and accounts of the arrest. “The information to be considered includes police reports from other police officers at the scene, as well as other video obtained of the incident which may have been captured by security cameras on campus,” the release said. After the student’s arrest, police transported the student to the holding facility at Notre Dame Stadium before booking him into St. Joseph County Jail. He was released from jail on $150 bond and is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 2. In a statement Monday, University spokesman Dennis Brown praised past cooperation between Notre Dame Security Police and St. Joseph County Police on football weekends. “The University, local law enforcement agencies and our fans have worked in a spirit of cooperation the past two years to create an environment on football weekends, that, by all accounts has been overwhelmingly positive,” Brown said. Brown said the University is aware of St. Joseph County Police’s investigation of the arrest Saturday. “We know that the incident that occurred Saturday is under review by the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department in order to fully understand all of the circumstances surrounding the confrontation,” Brown said. “University leaders will closely monitor the conclusions of that review, but believe that the positive momentum of the last two seasons will not be derailed by a single incident.” Notre Dame Security Police declined to comment Monday about this and other gameday arrests.last_img read more

Rory climbs the leaderboard as Casey pushes on

first_img His plan tomorrow is simple: “I shall be conservative and when I get opportunities I’ll try to take them.”  His closest challenger is Finland’s Jesse Saareks on two-under, while Ireland’s Joseph Byrne and Jordan’s Shergo Kurdi are one-under.  9 Aug 2017 Rory climbs the leaderboard as Casey pushes on South Africa’s Casey Jarvis scored two-under par 70 today to extend his lead in the Reid Trophy to four shots, with a round left to play.  He is six-under for the 36 holes played so far in the English U14 boys’ open championship at Manchester Golf Club. Click here for full scores  His response was to birdie the next two holes and to add another birdie on the 16th. “I knew I was hitting the ball really good, I knew I could come back and fight back,” said Jarvis.  As he made headway today his main rivals slipped back a little, but England’s Rory McDonald-O’Brien, pictured top, (Lilleshall Hall, Shropshire) also made ground. His 70 moved him 14 places up the leaderboard and into a share of fifth place on level par.  McDonald-O’Brien played in the Reid Trophy last year but missed the cut. This year, he has set his sights on a top ten finish, buoyed by a good result in the Scottish U16s, where he was 12th and played below his handicap in all four rounds.  The gusting winds made club selection difficult, but the 13-year-old got it right with a series of extremely accurate shots for birdies. On the seventh his sand wedge approach finished 1ft away; he repeated the feat on the ninth with a seven iron; on the 14th, his wedge shot from 60 yards lipped out and left him a 2ft putt; on the 16th he chipped in.  He’s the leading English player and, while this round isn’t his lowest, it is, he said: “Right up there with my best because of the conditions.”  Casey Jarvis, pictured left, has similar aims: “I am going to try and hit as many greens as possible and make a few putts – and hopefully I can do it.” Images copyright Leaderboard Photography After today’s second round the leading 70 players qualified for tomorrow’s final round with the cut falling on 11-over par.   The 14-year-old showed his powers of resilience today. He was playing very steadily and was two under after 12 holes, when he took a triple bogey seven on the 13th after pushing his second into the long grass.  Tags: Reid Trophylast_img read more