Art Education

Course in Art Appreciation

The format is online via Zoom with approximately every third week in a gallery/museum. Everyone is welcome. No knowledge of history of art is required. It is all about looking together, learning about and enjoying art. (Also we like to have coffee in art galleries afterwards!)

A fun and accessible combination of online classes and in person guided tours for those interested in enhancing their understanding of art and being part of a community.

Mags with her students in Art Appreciation at the Rijksmuseum January 2019
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Workshop in St Patrick’s Cathedral August 2022

Community Art Project in Dun Laoghaire

Creation of a mural at the entrance to the Oratory in Dun Laoghaire to celebrate its centenary.


I have worked for several years in art education, sharing my passion for both creating and appreciating art. Currently, I am working with the National Gallery of Ireland as a tour guide and workshop facilitator.

Land Art on Seapoint beach, Monkstown, Co Dublin
Land Art with Monkstown Educate Together school
Mags on Seapoint beach -Land Art with METNS May 22
Depicting Diversity in The Good Shepherd school, Rathfarnham, Co Dublin
Depicting Diversity in Queen of Angels School, Sandyford
After-school art workshop St Attracta’s School, Meadowbrook, Ballinteer

Self portraits (St Attracta’s Rang 4) after Lucien Freud 3 part project including visit to IMMA

Group work in workshop

Depicting Diversity -Online workshops during lockdown

These workshops took place in 20 different primary school classes in DLR. The 5min video will tell you all you need to know!

Depicting Diversity – YouTube