Archive for March 2019
The National Concert Hall (NCH) launched its national Health and Wellbeing Programme on 26 March 2019. The programme aims to enrich the lives of those living with long-term health conditions through participation in music. Read More
In 2019, Age & Opportunity, supported by the National Creativity Fund, the HSE and the Arts Council, will offer six artist residencies in care settings around Ireland. In this information workshop, the aims and objectives of the programme will be presented as well as advice on the application process for artists and interested parties from care settings who wish to attend. Read More
The second International Social Prescribing Network Conference on the theme ‘from system to local’ will take place 11-12 July 2019 at Marylebone campus, University of Westminster. This collaborative conference will provide an exciting opportunity to hear the latest research and thinking on the implementation and practice of social prescribing around the world. Read More
Can literature and narrative improve the lives of young people? Mind Reading 2019 is a one-day programme of talks and workshops bringing together literary and humanities scholars with service users and practitioners in the field of child and adolescent mental health. This event is taking place on 17 May at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.
Irish Aphasia Theatre uses theatre, movement and music to engage participants who have aphasia in the Irish arts. An evening of workshops, performances and discussion will take place on 29 March 2019 in Draíocht Theatre, Dublin, open to people with aphasia and the general public. Read More