ARTiculation Ireland is a public speaking competition which promotes the appreciation and discussion of art, artefacts and architecture in secondary schools throughout Ireland. The competition seeks to engage students between 16-18 years, regardless of background or experience, with art, artefacts and architecture to develop the confidence and ability to express their opinions and conclusions.
Participating students are offered the chance to deliver a ten minute presentation before their peers and a wider audience about a work of art, an artefact or piece of architecture of their choice, through a series of internal school heats and regional heats across Ireland with the chance of being selected for the National final.
Students involved in ARTiculation Ireland are invited to explore selected local galleries and Museums through a series of Discovery Sessions which are held in Tipperary County Museum, Clonmel or in class. The days are designed to introduce students and teachers to ARTiculation Ireland, improve personal observation, analysis skills and help participants become more comfortable with the act of public speaking.
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Information packs, Discovery Day timetable and application forms are available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org, but if you are interested in finding out more please complete the Expression of Interest form.Complete Form
A quarterly event for children.
This year's theme was Materials of war: the Irish War of Independence 1919-21.
In this session participants got a closer look at weapons, uniform items, articles of clothing and domestic items from the era. The session was facilitated by Dave Swift, a regular visitor to the Museum and schools to give living history presentations.
In this session participants will get a closer look at weapons, uniform items, articles of clothing and domestic items from the era. There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask lots of questions too. The session will be facilitated by Dave Swift, a regular visitor to the Museum and schools to give living history presentations.
Due to current Government guidelines, guided tours are on hold.
The Museum in a Box resource is part of the education and engagement work of the Tipperary Museum of Hidden History.
Each box brings a museum learning experience to you, encouraging users to explore the past in a hands-on, empathetic way.Complete Booking Form
The theme of this box is ‘Hearth & Home’. It looks at the history of domestic life in Ireland during the past 200 years. It contains 16 objects related to this theme, plus activities and talking points for you to use with your students.