Litmus Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts practice exploring the interplay between Art, Science and Nature. Delivering science outreach and arts engagement workshops and programmes for young people.
is all about testing ideas and finding new ways to do things. Litmus
to present captivating scientific ideas and encourage
young people to think critically about challenges and be creative in
open to any art medium which acts as a vehicle to
introduce young people to the ideas of creative science innovation
and ecological and social sustainability.
The Natural Sciences cover a wide range of science disciplines that explore the physical world around us. Biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, ecology and zoology, along with so many others, are all Natural Sciences.
Taking care of our
planet starts with understanding it, engaging with it and developing
empathy and compassion towards it.
Arts introduces young people to the fun of spending time with nature
and developing an understanding of it’s important role in our lives
as well as how our actions can effect it.
Exposure to the Arts is important in a young persons development and
it is our responsibility as adults to create opportunities for
children from all backgrounds to engage with multiple artforms!
The Arts can benefit us by keeping our bodies and minds active and healthy. Developing skills and talents can improve confidence, self-esteem and resilience.
young audiences about
in a lively
expressing themselves and their ideas through the Arts.
Artist, Designer and Facilitator behind Litmus Arts.
I run STEAM workshops and creative
events to teach young people about the value of good design and give them
opportunities to explore their creativity.
I have a
degree in Architecture which supports my work creating educational
programmes for young people.
Ever present is the idea
of sustainability and making meaningful connections with the natural
and cultural environment.
is essential to my practice,
as a means of discovering
creative solutions and using
us to value what we have instead of focusing on our deficiencies.
2021 Agility Award - Arts Council of Ireland
2021 Children First Training - Tusla
2021 Diversity Awareness Certificate - Building Intercultural Communities Project
2021 Awesome Solutions Deep-Dive Training - MTU Creativity and Change
2021 Train the Trainer Professional Development - Peter Duncan Co-train
2019 Facilitation Masterclass - Dave Kelly, National Association of Youth Drama
2018 Bachelor of Architecture, B.Arch (Hons) - TU Dublin