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Archive for April 2015


The Creative Well exhibition and lecture series

Date posted: 29 April 2015

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The Creative Well has worked for the past four years throughout Co. Kildare providing a fun and relaxed space for people to engage their creativity through experimentation, exploration and play. Open to all, from beginner to practicing artist and everyone in between. The Creative Well: OPEN STUDIO in partnership with Riverbank Arts Centre presents All that work and all this finding out at The McKenna Gallery  1 – 31 May 2015 and a visiting lecture series. Read More


Nimble Spaces Ways to Live Together: New Cultures of Housing

Date posted: 29 April 2015

Nimble Spaces Ways to Live Together: New Cultures of Housing is an international conference exploring participative design, spatial justice, social housing, co- housing and new ways to imagine housing in the 21st Century. It takes place at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow on Friday, 1 May from 9.30am – 5.30pm. Read More


Post Graduate Cert: Dementia Studies (Arts and Activities)

Date posted: 28 April 2015

Do you want to develop a specialist role using the arts or providing activities for people with dementia? The School of Dementia Studies at the University of Bradford are now offering a part-time, one-year distance learning programme leading to the award of Postgraduate Certificates in Dementia Studies (Arts and Activities). Now recruiting for September 2015. Deadline for applications 31 July 2015. Read More


Moving Conversations: The Art of Dying

Date posted: 28 April 2015

Dare we speak of the unspoken, life’s challenging frontier – unrehearsed, unknown, often imagined and widely feared? By what means, if any, might we retain some agency over the process of dying? How can art and artists begin a conversation that is often without words? Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts, seeks to provide a platform for meaningful discussion on all aspects of collaborative arts. Bealtaine Festival celebrates creativity as we age. They partner with Dublin Dance Festival to present a talk, on 28 May at 2.30pm  in The Gate Lab, entitled Moving Conversations: The Art of Dying.  Read More


BEAG: Early Years Art Programme, Cork

Date posted: 28 April 2015

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BEAG (Building Early Arts Group) is a unique Cork-based programme that explores the endless possibilities of play, art, imagination, creativity and expression with and for children under 3 years. In May the BEAG programme will be visiting the Crawford Gallery, The Pavilion (Fitzgerald’s Park), Glucksman Gallery and the Triskel Arts Centre. Read More

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