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Introduction to Creative & Credible: Evaluating arts for health programmes (UK)

Date posted: 25 August 2019

Willis Newson and the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) are hosting a training workshop, Introduction to Creative & Credible, on 15 October 2019 at the RSPH London head office. Exploring key principles and methodologies for evaluating arts for health and wellbeing programmes, the programme is led by Professor Norma Daykin and Willis Newson Director Jane Willis, co-producers of the Creative and Credible website and materials.  Read More


Stories from the Well-field: A CPD session for artists in care settings for older people

Date posted: 25 August 2019

Image shown: Stories from the Well-field. Photo credit: Kevin O'Farrell, 2018

As part of the Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing 2019, artist Tess Leak, puppeteer Eoin Lynch, activities co-ordinator Sarah Cairns and composer Justin Grounds will present a CPD session on 9 October for artists interested in facilitating cross-artform participatory projects in care settings for older people.  Read More


Be Creative, Be Social and Be Well! Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing 2019

Date posted: 25 August 2019

Image shown: Night Star Lanterns by artist Tom Meskell and volunteers from Waterford. These lit up the night at University Hospital Waterford for the Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing 2018 in Waterford. Photo credit: Keith Currams.

Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing 2019 is taking place from 7 to 12 October at various locations across Waterford City and County. Presented by Waterford Healing Arts Trust, Garter Lane Arts Centre and Waterford City and County Libraries, the festival is now in its seventh year and features 55 fun, inventive and sociable arts events for all ages. Read More


Engaging the Senses at The Civic, Tallaght

Date posted: 24 August 2019

Image shown: Pop Up Picnic workshop at Engaging the Senses symposium, 2018, with director Joanna Williams (centre). Photo credit: Paul Gallagher.

Engaging the Senses is a symposium and gathering with conversation, demonstrations, and playtime workshops for parents and arts, healthcare and early years professionals interested in exploring multi-sensory, creative play through the arts for very young children with complex needs. Led by Helium Arts in partnership with The Civic, Tallaght, Engaging the Senses is taking place on 18 September 2019. Read More


Invitation to tender: Project Co-ordinator with Arts Care, Northern Ireland

Date posted: 22 August 2019

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

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