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Arts & Health Hub: Network for artists and cultural producers

Date posted: 9 August 2020

The Arts & Health Hub is a network for artists and cultural producers interested or working in the field of arts and health. Established by London-based artist Daniel Regan, the Hub has over 400 members. An online community is hosted using Slack, where artists across the UK and globally can join to access the network and resources that are shared. Read More


Distance Creates: Helium Arts’ home-based arts programme for children with long-term health conditions

Date posted: 9 August 2020

Image shown: Recreating Vermeer's The Milkmaid on Helium Arts' Distance Creates programme.

Helium Arts, the national children’s arts and health organisation, is keeping creativity and connection alive for children and young people with long-term health conditions during times of social distancing. Helium’s Distance Creates remote art programme began in spring 2020 with a series of home-based creative activities.  Read More


Age & Opportunity: Invitation to Tender for Research: Artist in Residence in a Care Setting

Date posted: 29 July 2020

Image shown: Age & Opportunity Artist in Residence in a Care Setting: John Conway, Naas Day Care Centre, 2019.

Age & Opportunity is seeking tenders from suitably qualified individuals or organisations to conduct a piece of research in the context of their Artist in Residence in a Care Setting initiative. Read More


Applications sought: Arts and Cultural Engagement Officer with Irish Hospice Foundation

Date posted: 27 July 2020

The Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF) is seeking to engage the services of a suitably qualified and experienced individual to undertake an eight-month fixed term contract as Arts and Cultural Engagement Officer. Read More


Funding for Artist in the Community Scheme reinstated

Date posted: 25 July 2020

Image shown: Land Walks Clonakilty Old Railway. Land Walks is an AIC Scheme funded project by artist William Bock and residents of Clonakilty Lodge Direct provision Centre. © William Bock 2020.

The Arts Council and Create have announced a second round to the Artist in the Community Scheme 2020 with additional funding from Government. This scheme offers funding to enable artists and communities of place/or interest to work collaboratively. Read More

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