Archive for October 2019
Age & Opportunity has announced the six artists and care settings who will participate in their 2019 Artists in Residence in a Care Setting initiative, bringing the benefits of arts participation to over 250 older people in care settings nationwide.
St Luke’s Hospital Art Centre recently launched Open Gallery, a dedicated space to celebrate creativity and to exhibit patients’ and staff art work alongside each other. ‘Drawing on my Experiences’ is the first exhibition as part of the Open Gallery programme and will run until Christmas 2019. Read More
Age & Opportunity and Dance Ireland will host a networking day for dancers working with older people in Ireland followed by a performance showcase on 6 December 2019 at Dance Ireland. Read More
The Trial is a visual art installation on healthcare and human rights in the Irish criminal justice system, created by Sinead McCann and made in collaboration with men from the Bridge Project Dublin who have lived prison experiences, with research by UCD historians, Catherine Cox and Fiachra Byrne. The Trial is currently being exhibited at Dublin Castle and the run has now been extended until 3 December 2019. Read More
The Royal Irish Academy of Music will host the launch of a new interdisciplinary research network, TIMBRE: The Irish Music Brain Research Group, on Friday 18 October, 7-8pm. Read More