Arts Care, Northern Ireland’s leading Arts and Health Charity, invites tenders for a highly motivated and experienced, self-employed Project Co-ordinator to deliver a regional Arts Care/Public Health Agency ‘Here and Now’ Older People’s Arts, Health and Wellbeing project. Read More
Since 2003, the Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts (ICS) at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) has been running an artists-in-labs programme, facilitating artistic research by way of long-term residencies for artists in scientific laboratories and research institutes. The programme promotes sustainable collaboration between artists and scientists of all disciplines in Switzerland and around the world.
As part of Children’s Health Ireland’s (CHI) commitment to placing arts, creativity and imagination at the heart of the child’s and young person’s experience of their services, CHI Arts is responsible for developing creative arts programmes for children and young people, their families, staff and visitors which will be rolled out in current CHI sites with a view to shaping the future arts programmes in the new hospital and Outpatient and Urgent Care Centre. Read More
Public Health Panorama, the journal of the World Health Organisation Europe, will dedicate a special issue to arts and health in the WHO European Region in early 2020. A call for papers has been announced, underlining WHO/Europe’s growing engagement with the positive associations between the arts, health and wellbeing. Read More
*DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO Friday 16 August.* Age & Opportunity has created an opportunity for care settings and older people living in or attending those settings to engage creatively with an artist over the course of a number of months. Age & Opportunity also wishes to offer an opportunity for an artist to develop their specific skills in relation to working in arts and health settings. In 2019, six artist residencies of this kind are being offered. Artists of all art forms can apply. Read More