Archive for May 2014
Helium Arts in partnership with Create are hosting seminars on Art and Design Strategies in Healthcare with Jackie Sands (Arts & Health Improvement Senior with the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde) and Vicky Charnock (Arts Coordinator at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool) in Dublin and Cork this June. Read More
Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice is calling for the submission of papers related to research, theory, and policy for a special issue of Arts & Health coming out in the autumn of 2015. Submissions should have a specific focus on some aspect of culture and/or museums and wellbeing. The editors are particularly interested in quantitative studies and well-developed qualitative studies that can contribute to a nuanced theoretical understanding of these areas. Submissions related to cultural policy and wellbeing will also be considered. The manuscript deadline is 15 March 2015.
PERSONAL EFFECTS is a multi-media installation by artist and writer Alan Counihan. It is based on the personal effects of dead or discharged patients of Grangegorman Mental Hospital, which were discovered in an attic of that institution in 2010. The installation will be exhibited at Culture Box, 12 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin from Thursday 5 June to Saturday 14 June; 11am-4pm daily (closed on Sunday).
artsandhealth.ie invites applications from arts and health practitioners (artists working in healthcare settings, healthcare professionals, arts and health partnerships etc.) for a bursary to produce documentation of an arts and health project. The proposed documentation can take the form of a short film / audio documentary and / or publication which can be widely disseminated with a view to encouraging high quality, creative documentation of arts and health practice and creating a greater national understanding of the nature of this practice. The deadline for application is Friday, 30 May at 12 noon. Read More
West Cork Arts Centre welcomes applications from artists of all disciplines for the Arts for Health Partnership Programme: Placement Programme 2014. This is a 16 week professional development opportunity working alongside visual artist Sarah Ruttle in Clonakilty Community Hospital as part of the Arts for Health partnership programme. To apply submit a CV, examples of your work and a cover letter. Outline your specific interest in this learning opportunity, current and previous professional practice and evidence of a developing commitment to participatory practice and arts and health practice. The closing date for applications is Monday 9 June, 2014 at 5pm. Read More