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Vacancy: Arts Programme Administrator at Age & Opportunity

Date posted: 18 January 2020

Age & Opportunity is currently accepting applications for the position of Arts Programme Administrator. Candidates should have a minimum of one to two years’ administration experience in an arts-related field, a knowledge of Ireland’s arts and culture environment, policies and structures, and a relevant third level qualification in an arts-related field. Read More


Call for creative arts initiatives: Engaging Dementia International Conference, Dublin

Date posted: 29 December 2019

Transforming Care & Communities is the 12th International Dementia Conference hosted by Engaging Dementia (formerly Sonas apc). Taking place in partnership with DCU in June 2020, the organisers are seeking short presentations, interactive sessions or demonstrations of a creative arts / music / mindfulness / wellbeing approach and poster presentations. Read More


Arts Council Bursary Awards 2020

Date posted: 20 December 2019

The Arts Council provides Bursary Awards in order to assist individual artists in the development of their art practice. The award emphasises the value and benefit to an artist’s development that is derived from a focused period of engagement with their practice. The deadline for the next round is 30 January 2020. Read More


Call for contributors: Cultural Heritage for Mental Health, Ghent, December 2020

Date posted: 1 December 2019

The second ‘Cultural Heritage for Mental Health’ international conference will take place in Ghent, Belgium on 10-11 December 2020. This conference seeks to promote learning, discussion and debate around interventions within cultural heritage aimed at improving the wellbeing of people recovering from mental health difficulties or people in a vulnerable situation. Read More


Applications open: Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health 2020/21

Date posted: 4 November 2019

The Global Brain Health Institute is now accepting applications for its 2020/21 cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health. This programme provides innovative training in brain health, leadership, and dementia prevention to a wide range of promising leaders from various professions, including medicine, science, business, law, social science, journalism and the arts. Fellows are provided with a base at the University of California, San Francisco or Trinity College Dublin over a 12-month fellowship. Read More

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