Category Archives: Summer Workshops

Armagh meets Minecraft: Armagh 2.0


Summer is a busy time here at AmmA Centre with all sorts of fantastic creative and digital workshops for young people. Sometimes its easy to confuse the place with a busy school playground with the creative buzz from our various rooms and studios. This year we made the brave leap into the world of Minecraft having tinkered with it during the school year in a number of primary settings.

Beginner 2 Band Summer 2014

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A busy three days at the centre writing and recording for the Beginner 2 Band participants. With 3 original compositions recorded in the AmmA studio with the help of tutors Warren and James. You can here the results on the AmmA Centre sound cloud and there with be a little video to follow soon. Thank you to everyone involved for their enthusiasm and creativity. We can’t wait to have you all back soon.

Rob wins at the Coolest Project Awards in Dublin

Rob accepts Cool Project award

The Coder Dojo ‘Coolest Project’ awards 2013 took place in Dublin City University during September. The awards are an annual event giving young people involved in Coder Dojo an opportunity to show off their hard work to peers, media and judges in the hope of winning an award. Sponsored by Intel, AIB, FBD and more, the event is attended and judged by…

Armagh Culture night at the AmmA Centre

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A big thank you to Graeme, Neil and Ben from local band The Fickle Few who joined us in the recording studio tonight for Armagh Culture night. As well as their great songs we were also joined by some of Armagh’s future music producers.

Flashback 2013

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A great night was had by all at the Armagh Marketplace Theatre on thursday 12th September.  Our annual Flashback event is a opportunity for us to showcase the great work done by all the participants to the centre over the summer months.  During the evening examples of the work were introduced by the AmmA staff everything from animation and programming to film