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Archive for September 2014


Nest Space: a Mental Health Awareness Week event

Date posted: 30 September 2014

Image shown: Nest

Nest Space is created by Beehouse Arts in collaboration with Art Hive, Voluntary Groups, Mental Health Services, the community, friends and family to promote awareness, provide information in a creative, social and enjoyable environment. Nest Space is a pop-up space open from 11am until 3pm each day during Mental Health Awareness Week from 6 to 11 October at 27 -28 Mitchell St. (former Nest shop), Clonmel. Read More


Mad Men: conversations on mental health

Date posted: 30 September 2014

The Imagine Festival in Waterford is hosting a conversation on mental health entitled Mad Men in St. Patrick’s United Church, Waterford on Wednesday 22 October 2014 at 4:00pm. The conversation with singer songwriter Dylan Tighe and writer Michael Harding and chaired by Dr. Mark Rowe,  will explore the stigma of being labelled “mentally ill”.  Read More


Jane McCormick exhibits work at Farmleigh

Date posted: 25 September 2014

Image shown: Sick Selfie by Jane McCormick

Centred is an exhibition organised by Ceramics Ireland celebrating the breadth of contemporary Irish ceramic practice. The exhibition showcase the work of 35, Irish and Ireland based makers, selected by an independent panel, working across the spectrum of clay practice from functional to decorative and video installation. The show runs until 5 October at Farmleigh House Gallery, Phoenix Park, Dublin. The exhibition features a series of limited edition bone china plates entitled Sick Selfies by Jane McCormick.
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The Feel Good Factory

Date posted: 17 September 2014

Image shown: artwork by Pat Hennebry

Featuring artwork created by participants of WHAT’s weekly Open Studio Workshop, The Feel Good Factory is an exhibition of diverse subject matter and media celebrating each participant’s work, their individuality and one of the things that makes them feel good: making art! The exhibition will be on view in the FOH space at Garter Lane Arts Centre, from 7 October to 1 November.  Read More


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Date posted: 12 September 2014


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