Dingle has long been known as a hide away for artists, musicians, quirky characters. Its most famous resident after all is a dolphin, called Fungi. Where better to let your creative juices flow.
Each morning we will gather in Ballintaggart House, a 300 year old Country Manor overlooking Dingle Bay. Learning from the daily Cainteoirs (Speakers). While the vibrant village will set the scene for some of the cosy evening fire side talks, in some of its traditional Irish pubs.
The Dingle Peninsula itself is a playground of magnificent coastal scenery. Where the sandy beaches and rugged cliffs of the Atlantic ocean weave seamlessly together with an ancient landscape of prehistoric ring forts and abandoned villages. From Dingle town in the south west to Mount Brandon in the North East.
The price of the workshop is €1,950 which includes: five nights accommodation, welcome dinner, four days of talks and live shoots, one free afternoon to go wild in Dingle, three nights of fire side sessions and goodbye party, There may be pizza, there may be not! Breakfast and lunch are included! We figured you would all be dancing on tables by the time dinner comes along so you can sort yourselves out!
*Limited seats and tickets are only refundable if you find a person to fill your spot.
“This workshop is a community of people who will help lift you up, it’s creative challenges to push you out of your comfort zone, it’s reconnecting with why you’ve chosen to do this, it’s finding your own voice and style. I think The Feckin Workshop has set the standard crazy high for me to ever attend another workshop!”
“A collective of warm, exuberant, colourful and extremely helpful friends. The kind of friends who you may not see from end of the year to the next, but if you met on the street, it would feel like only yesterday when you last spoke.”
“If your looking for something that’s not all about ego and more about learning and networking on a personal level then the Feckin Workshop is the one for you.”
“This workshop was different from anything I had ever done before and I loved it for that! It was such a fun filled few days getting to know and be inspired by some great photographers along the way!”