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Sing to Beat Parkinson’s: Training residency in Suffolk

Date posted: 27 November 2019

Sing to Beat Parkinson’s are hosting their annual training residency at Snape Maltings, Suffolk on 27-28 January 2020. The course offers a unique and specialist opportunity for musicians and emerging artists to gain invaluable experience and a toolkit to run a Singing Group for people with Parkinson’s and their carers, friends and families.
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dangle, align, topple at deAppendix

Date posted: 20 November 2019

Image shown: not together  by Rosie O’Gorman.

dangle, align, topple by Rosie O’Gorman is the latest exhibition at deAppendix, a cultural space co-located with a GP surgery in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. A reflection on the precarity of memory, the vulnerability of motherhood, and the importance of making as a means to fulfilment, the exhibition runs at deAppendix until 13 December 2019. Read More


Bealtaine Gathering 2019

Date posted: 14 November 2019

Image shown: Bealtaine Gathering 2019

Age & Opportunity hosts the Bealtaine Gathering 2019 on 20 November in Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Bealtaine Festival is Ireland’s national celebration of the arts and creativity as we age and this annual networking day is for event organisers, partners and supporters. Read More


Cork Film Festival: Illuminate & Intinn Film and Mental Health Programmes

Date posted: 10 November 2019

Image shown: System Crasher (Systemsprenger)

Cork Film Festival’s Illuminate film and mental health strand presents a series of film and public discussion events which explore different aspects of mental health and wellbeing, in partnership with Arts+Minds and HSE Cork Mental Health Service, First Fortnight and ESB. The 2019 Illuminate programme is running from 11-16 November at Triskel Christchurch and The Gate Cinema in Cork City.  Read More


That’s How the Light Gets In: Exhibition at University Hospital Waterford

Date posted: 31 October 2019

Image shown: Launch of 'That’s How the Light Gets In' at University Hospital Waterford. Photo credit: Keith Currams.

That’s How the Light Gets In, an uplifting group art exhibition by artists Ann Brennan, Blawnin Clancy, Aidan Dunne, Ciara Gormley and Mary Tritschler, considers how light and landscapes can influence our health and wellbeing. The exhibition has been curated by staff from various departments at University Hospital Waterford (UHW) in collaboration with the Waterford Healing Arts Trust. Read More

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