Archive for October 2013
The Postgraduate Certificate in Arts in Health Care Settings course at NUI Maynooth is one of very few courses aimed specifically at artists (of all art forms) working in healthcare settings. The course is delivered by the Department of Adult and Continuing Education at NUIM, with the National Centre for Arts and Health (ncah) as co-deliverer and partner. Read More
Are you an artist who makes art outside of traditional spaces; a theatre-maker who works with non-professional or community casts; a dancer who choreographs with older people? An artist who works collaboratively to create great art? If so, join Create on 5 December for a National Networking event to meet other artists in the collaborative arts sector; to hear about the inspiring work of our guest artists including Claire Feeley (Situations) and Dr. Susanne Bosch (Artist /Curator) discussing curator-artist relationships. There will be a session on risk and experimentation featuring Rachel Anderson from Artangel and we will discuss archiving collaborative practice with Eve Olney. Read More
Arts Care is Northern Ireland’s leading arts in health organisation. It delivers a wide range of participatory and commissioned arts programmes at the heart of health and social care across Northern Ireland. Arts Care is now welcoming tenders for the self-employed role of Project Co-ordinator to organise and manage all aspects of a 28 month, province wide Older People’s Arts in Health Festival project, which Arts Care is hosting for the Public Health Agency of Northern Ireland. Read More
The Centre for Medical History at the University of Exeter will be holding an interdisciplinary medical humanities conference for postgraduate researchers from 24-25 July 2014. This conference aims to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines in a manner that reflects the broad scope of exciting research being carried out in the field of the medical humanities at present. As such abstracts are welcomed on any aspect of the medical humanities from postgraduates working in all pharmacy-no-rx.net disciplines, including but not restricted to English Literature, History, Film, Classics and Art History.
Arts for Health Cornwall and Isles of Scilly is one of the UK’s leading arts and health organisations. In the coming months, Arts for Health Cornwall and Isles of Scilly will offer bitesize training on designing and delivering arts and health projects. Read More