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Archive for January 2020


Dancing Well with Parkinson’s at Dance Theatre of Ireland

Date posted: 30 January 2020

Image shown: Move4Parkinsons participants in Dance Theatre of Ireland’s ‘Dancing Well with Parkinsons’ weekly modern class

Move4Parkinson’s in conjunction with Dance Theatre Ireland (DTI) offer modern dance classes at DTI for people with Parkinson’s and their care-partners. DTI is part of the Dance for PD membership programme, a dance programme which is proven to improve physical and emotional wellbeing for people with Parkinson’s in over 100 communities around the world.  Read More


Call for Proposals: Public Art Now Conference at TU Dublin

Date posted: 24 January 2020

Public Art Now is a new conference coming to TU Dublin’s city campus, Grangegorman, from 29-31 October 2020. The conference will explore the changing landscape of Public Art now and in the coming decades.  Read More


Junctures: memory and the built environment, a drawing project

Date posted: 24 January 2020

Image shown: Artwork by Micheal Murphy, 2019, Pastel and Graphite on Paper, 30 x 40cm. Image courtesy of Ciara Rodgers from Junctures: memory and the built environment, a drawing project.

Junctures: memory and the built environment is an exhibition of drawings presented by artist Ciara Rodgers and attendees of Castleisland Daycare Centre, Kerry. Made in response to local architecture and personal histories, the exhibition runs until 13 February 2020 at Area Services Centre, Station Road, Castleisland, Co. Kerry. Read More


Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme – Deadlines 2020

Date posted: 24 January 2020

Image shown: Between Land and Water, Maud Hendricks. Courtesy of Create Ireland.

Create, the national development agency for the collaborative arts, has announced the 2020 submission dates for application to the Artist in the Community Scheme. The Arts Council offers awards through the Scheme to enable artists and communities of place and/or interest to work together on projects. The Artist in the Community Scheme (AIC) is managed by Create.  Read More


Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People: Sharing event & publication launch

Date posted: 24 January 2020

Image shown: Cultural Lore, Marie Brett artist residency; Creative Enquiry - Arts and Older People. Photo credit: Venividi.

Cork City Council arts office invites arts practitioners and those involved in healthcare and community development to come to a morning of ideas exchange and networking that focuses attention on arts, ageing and wellbeing. Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People sharing event and publication launch takes place on 20 February 2020 at Millennium Hall, Cork. Read More

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