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Archive for November 2018


Call for applicants: Project Manager, Arts and Older People Creative Enquiry and Residency Programme 2019-2020

Date posted: 28 November 2018

Cork City and Cork County Council and the creative enquiry partnership is seeking an experienced project manager to lead the Arts and Older People Creative Enquiry and Residency Programme 2019-2020 funded by the Arts Council Invitation to Collaboration scheme. Read More


Musicians, Performance and the Brain: A One Day Symposium

Date posted: 25 November 2018

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Musicians, Performance and the Brain is a symposium devoted to neurological aspects of skilled musical performance; neurophysiology of musicianship; impact (benefits) of music on the brain; musician’s dystonia and other aspects of musician’s health and the act of performance. A Dystonia Ireland Project, funded by the Health Research Board, the symposium is taking place at the Royal Irish Academy of Music on 30 November 2018.  Read More


Launch of Le Chéile Anthology

Date posted: 23 November 2018

Le Chéile Limerick is launching “The Le Chéile Anthology”, a book of prose and poetry from members of its weekly creative writing group, on 6 December 2018 in The Granary Library, Limerick. The Le Chéile Project is Limerick Mental Health Association’s peer support project. This publication encapsulates not only the hard work, commitment and curiosity of the members in exploring and expanding their creative potential, but also the kindness, encouragement and support offered to each other around the table each week. Read More


Patterns by Outlandish Theatre Platform

Date posted: 19 November 2018

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PATTERNS, the latest installment of Outlandish Theatre Platform’s Open Theatre Practice, will take place in the Coombe Hospital’s Rita Kelly Theatre on 2 December 2018, with a performance and a workshop seminar. Read More


Fairland Collective announced as Bealtaine Artist in Residence in a Care Setting

Date posted: 18 November 2018

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Age & Opportunity has announced the Fairland Collective as the newly appointed Bealtaine artists in residence at St. Joseph’s Community, Shankill, Co. Dublin, the only care home in Ireland solely dedicated to dementia care.  Read More

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