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Evaluator sought by Cavan County Council Arts Office: arts and health stakeholder project

Date posted: 20 April 2019

Cavan County Council Arts Office is seeking an evaluator to assess the initiation, process and implementation of a network of stakeholders. The arts office has initiated this network following a well-established commitment to arts and health and young people over a number of years. An evaluator is sought to assess the project; observe, analyse, write and recommend.  Read More


Call for Writers – Mental Health Narrative Project

Date posted: 20 April 2019

Image shown: Library at WHAT Centre for Arts & Health

Writers are invited to apply to be part of a research team exploring human rights and recovery for those living in mental health community houses. As part of a collaborative research team, the writer will deliver a series of workshops to gather life experiences of those living and working in community residences and produce a collection of the gathered narratives. The focus of this project is on the development of good practice within the community residences in relation to human rights and recovery. Read More


Job Vacancy: Manager at Anam Beo (Part-time)

Date posted: 3 April 2019

Image shown: Men, Music & Movement at Riada House.

Anam Beo, an Offaly-based arts & health organisation, is seeking a dynamic part-time Manager to lead it into its next phase of development. This is a role for an energised and creative leader with commitment and vision for an arts in health programme.  Read More


Age & Opportunity Artist in Residence in a Care Setting: Information Workshop

Date posted: 28 March 2019

In 2019, Age & Opportunity, supported by the National Creativity Fund, the HSE and the Arts Council, will offer six artist residencies in care settings around Ireland. In this information workshop, the aims and objectives of the programme will be presented as well as advice on the application process for artists and interested parties from care settings who wish to attend. Read More


Open Call: Northern Ireland Mental Health Arts Festival

Date posted: 23 March 2019

Northern Ireland Mental Health Arts Festival (NIMHAF) is now in its fifth year, celebrating mental health, challenging stigma and fighting inequalities. The 2019 festival theme is Moving Forward: visual artists who have experienced mental health issues are invited to submit artworks exploring this theme. Read More

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