Archive for October 2020
A live discussion panel about the role of the arts in the NHS in Wales will take place on 26 October. Hosted by Jenny Burns, Head of Wales at the Mental Health Foundation, the discussion will explore the advances that have been made in arts and health in Wales in recent years. Read More
Participatory arts-based research approaches will be explored in a webinar with Prof. Patricia Leavy on 21 October. This event is co-hosted by the Health Research Institute, PART-IM (Participatory and Arts-Based Methods Involving Migrants in Health Research) cluster and PPI Ignite, at the University of Limerick. Read More
Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People is an investigative collaborative venture looking at barriers to participation in the arts for older people. At the heart of the enquiry is a creative exploration of fresh approaches to arts engagement with older people with the aim of advancing best practice models. Read More
The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is seeking a Curator: Art and Ageing to cover maternity leave. The purpose of this role is to manage and deliver the Creative Ireland-funded National Art & Ageing Programme. Read More
Helium Arts, the national children’s arts and health charity, invites applications from multi-disciplinary visual artists to join their artist panel as Associate Artists. Candidates must have a strong collaborative and inclusive arts practice working with children and young people.