The Hunt Museum in Limerick offers a programme for people living with early onset dementia and their family/carers. The whole idea is to spark reminiscences and conversation. A responsive and welcoming space is provided for people with dementia to participate in facilitated discussions and become active participants in the life of the museum.
Come and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee in the Hunt Café. Then look at some of the objects in the Hunt Collection and other objects from times gone by.
The programme runs at the Hunt Museum on the following dates in 2020:
|Dates||Theme||Art & Craft Activity|
|Wed 26 Feb 11am-12pm||Paintings in the Hunt Collection||Create a Picture using Clay as a canvas (stones, shells, twigs, etc.)|
|Wed 25 Mar 11am-12pm||Movies (Temporary Exhibition of costumes worn in well-known films will be on)||Make a period costume card/ Pop Culture in the 1940’s|
|Wed 29 Apr 11am-12pm||Some Religious Objects in the Hunt Collection||Collage from cut out images from the Hunt Collection|
|Wed 27 May 11am-12pm||800 Years of Fashion (Costumes from different periods of time)||Make a Fabric Flower|
|Wed 24 Jun 11am-12pm||Objects that were used for eating and drinking in the Hunt Collection||Story of the Willow Pattern and Mindful Colouring Exercise|
|Wed 29 Jul 11am-12pm||Pair Objects in the Hunt Collection from Europe and paintings in the exhibition Euro Expo||Holidays|
If you would like to come along, or if you would like to bring a group, please book in advance. Contact Joni 061-490083 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org