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Archive for December 2016

Opportunity

Project Manager for Fireflies Project (Maternity Leave Cover)

Date posted: 13 December 2016

Helium Arts is seeking an experienced project manager to lead the Fireflies Project from the end of January 2017 to mid-June 2017. Fireflies is a 3 year artist in residence project in hospitals for teenagers living with illness and preparing to transition to adult services. Read More

News

Cork University Hospital Staff art exhibition

Date posted: 13 December 2016

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Cork University Hospital (CUH) staff members are exhibiting their artwork in  the Annual CUH Staff Art Exhibition in The Gallery in the Staff Dining Room of the hospital. Come and meet the artists and enjoy the wonderful artworks on Thursday 15 December from 1-2pm. Read More

News

Everyday creativity link to long term wellbeing

Date posted: 8 December 2016

Researchers have identified a link between everyday creative activity and an “upward spiral” of increased wellbeing and creativity in young adults. Read More

News

Dementia research

Date posted: 8 December 2016

Arts activities have been cited as a key tool in preventing dementia in guidance prepared for health commissioners. Group cognitively stimulating leisure activities including arts activities are declared as the only social intervention proven to work in helping to reduce the risk of dementia.  Read More

Event

The Nutcracker at Cork University Hospital

Date posted: 8 December 2016

The Arts Committee of Cork University Hospital (CUH) will host a performance of The Nutcracker by Kids Classics on Wednesday 21 December at 11.30am in The Atrium of the Cardiac Renal Centre, CUH.  Read More

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