The artsandhealth.ie documentation bursary is an annual award which aims to encourage high quality, creative documentation of arts and health practice nationally. The 2019 bursary has been awarded to John Conway, who will work with Dr. Sheelagh Broderick and Conor Foran to create a publication exploring Other People’s Practices (OPP), an artist-in-residence / research programme founded and directed by Conway. Read More
Saolta Arts, formerly Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust, was officially launched on 6 August 2019 by Mrs Sabina Higgins at University Hospital Galway. Offset, an intergenerational printmaking exhibition, was also launched at the hospital on the day. Read More
Wales Arts Health and Well-being Network is working with the Bangor University Social Value Hub to deliver Social Value training workshops in North and South Wales on 11 September and 2 October 2019. Learn how to measure the costs, benefits and value created by arts and health interventions. Read More
For the second year running, Kids’ Classics will present Trad@Heart in Louth, a complimentary traditional Irish music programme across hospitals and health settings in the community during August 2019. Trad@Heart is taking place in partnership with Create Louth, the arts service of Louth County Council. An introductory Music in Healthcare workshop for musicians will form part of the festival. Read More
An Introductory ‘Music in Healthcare Settings’ Workshop led by Kids’ Classics through their Training Notes initiative will take place on 13 August 2019 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda. This workshop is presented as part of the Trad@Heart Healthcare Festival programme, a partnership with Create Louth, the arts service of Louth County Council and Kids’ Classics in association with Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.