A city rising is a beautiful thing…
Especially when it’s entirely built by kids using tape, cardboard and craft scissors.
Drop by the Crawford Art Gallery on Emmet Place this weekend for a glimpse of what the city might look like if it was entirely designed by children.
Some would argue they’d do a better job.
As part of the Cardboard Cork | Seen, and Heard Playspace, which runs from now until Saturday, the city’s littlest citizens have been invited to delve into a room full of boxes, all set up for drawing, ripping, taping, constructing, crawling and hiding in.
Fab morning @CrawfordArtGall building a cardboard city with the kids. No city is complete without ships🇮🇪🚢 #maritimeeducation @NMCI_Ireland
Looks like some more fun events to come! pic.twitter.com/zmNRbAhRTh
— Dan manning (@danmanning42) August 8, 2019
Given that the average child gets more enjoyment out of the box their toys come in than the actual toy, this is guaranteed to be a hit for a rainy weekend.
Entry is free and you can book here.