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Archive for August 2015

Event

Opportunity

Save the date: Arts and Health – Check Up, Check In

Date posted: 25 August 2015

artsandhealth.ie, Create and Dublin City Council’s The LAB are delighted to present Arts and Health- Check Up, Check In, a networking event for arts and health care practitioners and artists who work in healthcare settings in The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin on 29 January 2016. Read More

Opportunity

Connecting Minds symposium, Liverpool

Date posted: 19 August 2015

Liverpool John Moores University is hosting a symposium named Connecting Minds – Arts and Dementia, on 4 September 2015 from 9.00am – 17.00pm in the Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, 4th Floor Events Suite. The Connecting Minds symposium will encourage dialogue and collaboration to pursue research interests and public engagement in relation to Arts and Dementia. Read More

News

Kids’ Classics nominated for Allianz Community Arts Award

Date posted: 18 August 2015

A project by Kids’ Classics has been shortlisted for the Allianz Community Art Prize, one of 10 prestigious prizes that will be awarded during the Allianz Business to Arts Awards event at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Tuesday 1 September at 6pm. The awards will be presented by Minister for Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys, TD. Read More

Opportunity

Creative Arts Facilitator (Relief Panel), St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

Date posted: 18 August 2015

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services is seeking Creative Arts Facilitators (Relief Panel) to plan and deliver Twilight Programme group activities to in-patients of St Patrick’s Mental Health Services. Deadline 23 August 2015. Read More

Event

Building Memories – Reflecting on St. Otteran’s Hospital

Date posted: 13 August 2015

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St. Otteran’s Psychiatric Hospital has been part of a landscape of the John’s Hill area in Waterford since 1835. Building Memories – Reflecting on St. Otteran’s Hospital is an exhibition of the work of fifteen people who have used mental health services provided by St. Otteran’s and is based on their own personal experiences and memories of the hospital. The exhibition is on view in University Hospital Waterford from 2 September to 23 October 2015. Read More

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