PDST Revised Assessment Framework for Leaving Cert Art Workshop 2

A message from the PDST

Please see attached a flyer advertising Workshop 2 for the Revised Assessment Framework for Leaving Certificate Art. A letter of invitation has been sent to your schools in the past number of days/weeks.


Workshop 2 will:

Results of Revised Leaving Cert Assessment Framework - ATAI survey February 2016

Many thanks to all the members who took part in our February survey on the Revised Leaving Cert Assessment Framework. We have collated the results below. If you would like to download a copy you can do so here.


National meeting of the ATAI - 6th of February

Notice for National ATAI Meeting February 6th 2016

Please email the National Secretary atai.secretary@gmail.com if you are attending the meeting. 

Leaving Cert Art - Revised Assessment Framework

You can view the dates for January's PDST Leaving Cert Art seminar Revised Assessment Framework for Leaving Certificate Art here. We've also noted details below.


Ceramic Clay Workshop
This workshop is targeted at Post Primary Art, Craft and Design Teachers  
The Workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to explore:
 a variety of hand-building skills,
 experiment with a range of clay manipulation techniques,  
 and investigate practical considerations for the art classroom at Junior and Senior Cycle. 
Please circulate to any Art, Craft and Design teachers in your school.  
Date Time Venue 


Dear Members

Súile Na Nóg Junior Cert Art Exhibition - Donegal Branch

The Donegal Branch of the Art Teachers' Association are delighted to announce the opening of their annual Junior Cert Art, Craft and Design Exhibition 'Súile Na Nóg'. Opening night is Thursday 8th of October. Doors open at 19:00 and the exhibition will run until the 24th og October. See poster below. 

Creative Response

This exhibition run in conjunction with Maryfield College and the OPW at the Casino Marino

The work was Inspired by the Exhibition "Meditation on Plates" on show in the Casino last year 

 Senior Cycle Art students from Maryfield College responded to the Art, and Architecture of the Casino by

 designing and making glazed ceramic plates and platters.


These plates and their design work, plus documentation of the whole process will be on show in the basement of the Casino for the month of October.


AGM Reminder

Dear Member,


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