Archive for December 2014
The North West Arts and Health Network in collaboration with Manchester School of Art, MA Health & Wellbeing Students, presents a free day event, to share your work in a critically supportive community and find out more about arts/health research and practice. This event will launch a new Arts for Health paper by Dr Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt that explores the Long Term Health Benefits of Participating in the Arts, which considers the ways in which our health may be affected by engaging in the arts over a longer period.
Are you interested in designing and delivering your own arts and health projects? Arts for Health Cornwall training sessions may be for you. The popular bitesize training programme is back for the sixth time. For a complete guide to designing and delivering your own arts and health projects come along to all of the sessions – or pick and choose the afternoons that are right for you. Read More
Art@work is the annual exhibition organised by Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust that showcases art produced by the staff of Galway University Hospitals. The exhibition will be officially launched by John Behan RHA, Patron of Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust, on Friday December 19, at 1.30pm on the Arts Corridor, University Hospital, Galway. Read More
The Amulet touring exhibition by artist Marie Brett opens at The LAB Gallery, Dublin, on 15 January continuing to 28 March 2015, with a series of accompanying events. Read More
Minister Heather Humphreys visited 2020 Art Gallery, Griffith House, North Mall, Cork on Monday 8 December, to launch Talking Heads, Conversations on Mental Health, a new art exhibition and lecture series that will begin in January 2015. Read More