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Archive for March 2021

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Cultural Leadership: Gráinne Hope in conversation with Moira Sinclair

Date posted: 25 March 2021

Image shown: L-R: Moira Sinclair and Gráinne Hope.

Gráinne Hope, founder and Artistic Director of Kids’ Classics, and Moira Sinclair, Chief Executive of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Chair of Clore Leadership, will explore the theme of cultural leadership, including its role within the field of arts and health, during a lunchtime conversation on 21 April. This event is produced by artsandhealth.ie as part of the Arts and Health Conversation Series 2021. Read More


Ciara’s Comic: New publication from the National Hearing Implant and Research Centre

Date posted: 25 March 2021

Image shown: Ciara's Comic, National Hearing Implant & Research Centre at Beaumont Hospital. Creator / Illustrator: Marie Denham. Text: Jennifer Robertson.

The National Hearing Implant & Research Centre at Beaumont Hospital has launched a publication aimed at children and teenagers. Ciara’s Comic was created and illustrated by Marie Denham, a staff nurse and artist, with text by Jennifer Robertson, a speech and language therapist at Beaumont Hospital.  Read More


Bodies of Evidence: Contribution of Dance to Health and Wellbeing

Date posted: 23 March 2021

Bodies of Evidence, a virtual symposium on 19 April, explores how we research and evaluate the contribution of dance to health and wellbeing within the wider arts and health landscape. Read More


Artist in the Community Scheme – Increased Award Amounts and Timeframes

Date posted: 23 March 2021

Image shown: Drombeg Stone Circle. Part of Land Walks, an AIC Scheme funded project, 2019 © William Bock.

Create Ireland has announced a series of enhancements to the Artist in the Community Scheme, which enables artists and communities of place and/or interest to work together on projects.  Read More


Health, Activism and Social Arts Practice – Seminar

Date posted: 23 March 2021

Image shown: Tate Liverpool. Photo credit: Dave Wood.

Tate Liverpool and Birmingham Institute of Creative Arts are hosting an online seminar on 25 March 2021 exploring Health, Activism and Social Arts Practice. This seminar is part of a series of online public events focusing on the critical issues facing art, artists and the art world in the wake of the global pandemic. Read More

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