The Boy Explorer (Ongoing)
The Boy Explorer represents the power of imagination. This is illustrated through his celebration of creativity, positivity and collaboration.
His school visits facilitate making, creative thinking and sharing, through arts, crafts, poetry, music, story and performance. Through a child’s eye view, the Boy Explorer reminds us all of the importance of imagination and promoting the vital role that art and creativity play in our lives.
For more information on The Boy Explorer visit theboyexplorer.ie
Directed by Noeline Kavanagh
Áras an Uachtaráin Garden Party (2013); Sydney St. Patrick’s Festival, Australia (2013); Brisbane St. Patrick’s Festival (2013); WOMADelaide, Australia (2013); Scoil Ronáin, Inis Mór, Aran Islands, Galway (2012); Spanish Arch Evening Walk (2011); St. Patrick’s Festival, Dublin (2011); The Wild Hunt and the Sleepwalker, Dublin Fringe Festival (2010); The Wild Hunt, Galway Arts Festival (2010)
It’s moments like these that explore the depth of creative thought.
The Age on The Boy Explorer
Tags: Áras an Uachtaráin Garden Party, Brisbane St. Patrick’s Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Galway Arts Festival, Macnas, Scoil Ronáin, Spanish Arch Evening Walk, St. Patrick’s Festival, Street arts, Street performance, Sydney St. Patrick’s Festival, The Wild Hunt and the Sleepwalker, WOMADelaide