Archive for August 2017
Waterford Healing Arts Trust presents a new solo exhibition by Waterford artist Darragh Lyons at University Hospital Waterford. The Point of Viewing features key strands of Lyons’ work: Show Your Colours explores the colourful and complex experience of living in a community; Elemental is a representation of close relationships; Letting it all in considers inner space, light and shadow. The exhibition continues until 16 October 2017. Read More
Culture Night is taking place on Friday 22 September 2017 with arts and health events around the country, many of them open to the public. Here we provide a round up of what’s happening in the South.
Culture Night is taking place on Friday 22 September 2017 with arts and health events around the country, many of them open to the public. Here we provide a round up of what’s happening in the East. Read More
Daughters of the Revolution is a theatre piece exploring women’s experience of maternity in Ireland by writer and director Kate Harris of 4elements Theatre Company. The play was created in collaboration with women who have engaged with the Irish maternity services. Following a sold-out run in Dublin’s Harbour Playhouse in 2016, Daughters of the Revolution will tour to Dublin and Waterford in 2017 and to Cork, Galway and Limerick in 2018. Read More
With the seminar “What does art do in hospitals?” KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces, Copenhagen focuses on the many important questions raised in the discussion concerning art and hospitals. This seminar, taking place on 10 November 2017, will present and discuss a number of trailblazing and original Danish and international examples of how art has been integrated in hospitals. Read More