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Engaging the Senses at The Civic, Tallaght

Date posted: 24 August 2019

Image shown: Pop Up Picnic workshop at Engaging the Senses symposium, 2018, with director Joanna Williams (centre). Photo credit: Paul Gallagher.

Engaging the Senses is a symposium and gathering with conversation, demonstrations, and playtime workshops for parents and arts, healthcare and early years professionals interested in exploring multi-sensory, creative play through the arts for very young children with complex needs. Led by Helium Arts in partnership with The Civic, Tallaght, Engaging the Senses is taking place on 18 September 2019. Read More


Social Value Training Workshops: Arts and Health (Wales)

Date posted: 9 August 2019

Wales Arts Health and Well-being Network is working with the Bangor University Social Value Hub to deliver Social Value training workshops in North and South Wales on 11 September and 2 October 2019. Learn how to measure the costs, benefits and value created by arts and health interventions. Read More


Introductory Music in Healthcare Workshop: Trad@Heart Festival

Date posted: 7 August 2019

Image shown: Kids' Classics. Photo (c) Dave Keegan.

An Introductory ‘Music in Healthcare Settings’ Workshop led by Kids’ Classics through their Training Notes initiative will take place on 13 August 2019 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda. This workshop is presented as part of the Trad@Heart Healthcare Festival programme, a partnership with Create Louth, the arts service of Louth County Council and Kids’ Classics in association with Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.
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OFFSET: intergenerational printmaking exhibition at University Hospital Galway

Date posted: 31 July 2019

Image shown: OFFSET. Photo Credit: Ruby Wallis.

Offset, an intergenerational printmaking exhibition at University Hospital Galway, will be officially launched on 6 August 2019 by Mrs Sabina Higgins. Celebrating exchange between the ages and wards of Galway University Hospitals, the project was developed through participatory workshops with patients.  Read More


The Trial: Touring art installation on healthcare and human rights in the Irish prison system

Date posted: 27 July 2019

Image shown: The Trial, Video Stills by Sixbetween © Sinead McCann & Sixbetween.

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.  Read More

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