Archive for January 2019
Anam Beo Arts and Health Organisation is currently exhibiting ‘Got it?’ at Tullamore Library, a health literacy and collaborative community art project. There will be a special viewing on Saturday 26 January 2019 at 4pm with background information and an opportunity to discuss themes arising from the project. Read More
Happenings by Olwyn Colgan is the latest exhibition at deAppendix, a cultural space co-located with a suburban GP surgery in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. The exhibition will run from 21 January to 17 March 2019. Read More
Twice yearly, the Arts Council offers grants to enable artists and communities of place and/or interest to work together on projects. The Scheme is managed by Create, the national development agency for the collaborative arts. The 2019 deadlines are 25 March (Round 1) and 29 July (Round 2). Read More
Stories from the Well-Field is an interactive performance created by a group of Arts for Health participants in St. Joseph’s Ward, Bantry General Hospital in collaboration with artist Tess Leak, puppeteer Eoin Lynch and composers Justin Grounds and Darragh Kearns-Hayes. The artist-collective and St. Joseph’s activities co-ordinator Sarah Cairns will share the new work at Uilinn: West Cork Arts Centre on 19 January 2019.
The arts and health research cluster at University of Limerick is hosting a number of events in spring 2019 including the Humanities & Medicine Seminar Series, the UL GEMS Medicine and the Humanities Exhibition and seminars on Music in Healthcare and Singing and the Body. Read More