Archive for January 2020
Manchester School of Art is currently accepting applications for a new course, the MA Arts, Health and Social Change (beginning September 2020). The course brings those working in or interested in developing their skills in arts, health and social change together to learn from leaders in the field in the context of research and practice.
Age & Opportunity is currently accepting applications for the position of Arts Programme Administrator. Candidates should have a minimum of one to two years’ administration experience in an arts-related field, a knowledge of Ireland’s arts and culture environment, policies and structures, and a relevant third level qualification in an arts-related field. Read More
MindReading’s fourth annual conference will take place on 3 April 2020 in the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. MindReading explores the patient experience through the prism of literature and personal narrative to inform self-care, patient-centred care, and practice. This year’s conference continues the focus on the theme of adolescent health and narrative. Read More
The Hunt Museum in Limerick offers a programme for people living with early onset dementia and their family/carers. The whole idea is to spark reminiscences and conversation. A responsive and welcoming space is provided for people with dementia to participate in facilitated discussions and become active participants in the life of the museum. Read More
NCAD Studio+ students are hosting an exhibition of work in response to the Art with Health and Well-Being module based in MISA Creative Life, St. James’s Hospital. The exhibition will take place on 21 January 2020 at the Creative Life Centre, MISA and will include a live performance. Read More