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Archive for September 2015


Azure Tours at dlr LexIcon October-November 2015

Date posted: 30 September 2015

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office is inviting people with dementia to engage with the over & over + over and over solo exhibition by Susan Connolly at the Municipal Gallery, dlr LexIcon. These tours form part of the Azure programme which aims to increase access to meaningful, cultural engagement for people living with dementia. Read More


Hands-On Healing at Baboró: Workshop for artists working in healthcare settings

Date posted: 25 September 2015

Galway University Hospital Arts Trust will host a free professional development workshop for artists and art and play therapists at Baboró International Arts Festival for Children. ‘Hands-On Healing’ will take place on Monday 12 October at 1.30pm in the Galway 2020 Community Hub.  Read More


Into the Light: Launch of Corina Duyn’s unique artist book and exhibition at Lismore Library

Date posted: 24 September 2015

Image shown: Into the Light by Corina Duyn

Padraig Naughton, Director of Arts and Disability Ireland, will launch Into the Light, an artist book and exhibition by Corina Duyn, at Lismore Library on 24 September at 7pm.

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It Made You: Album by songwriters of St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

Date posted: 23 September 2015

Image shown: It Made You

It Made You is an album of original songs written by songwriters of St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services and renowned Irish songwriter Sean aka ‘Doctor’ Millar. Hosted by the Twilight Programme, Sean worked with people residing in SPMHS, facilitating ten weeks of collaborative song-writing workshops through which stories about life, love, loss, strength and recovery were told.  Read More


Arts and Spirituality Ireland Conference 2015

Date posted: 18 September 2015

The 2015 Arts and Spirituality Ireland conference, Risking Mystery II: Artists and Mystics,  will take place on Saturday, 17 October at Chester Beatty Library in Dublin. Speakers will include Mary Grehan, Director of Waterford Healing Arts Trust, and Fran Hegarty, chief bioengineer for the new National Children’s Hospital.
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