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The Creative Well offers new programme in Kilcock, Co. Kildare

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...had a positive effect on the wellbeing of participants. In 2012, the Creative Well was presented at three international conferences in Belfast, Sweden and Finland. The Kilcock programme will be facilitated by visual artists Dominic Thorpe and Emma Finucane and will introduce drawing, painting, printmaking, clay work and three-dimensional studies. Participants will then work with the materials of their choice to develop their own creative...…


Well, a festival of arts and wellbeing in Waterford

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...ign with Waterford’s Bealtaine Choir and Jordan’s Rigout in Waterford Regional Hospital as well as Best Foot Forward dance session with Libby Seward. Visual art lovers can look forward to Another Expanse performance art with Dominic Thorpe, Brigid Teehan’s Wishing Balloon Project in John Robert’s Square, Cupan Tae exhibition by WHAT’s Open Studio group and The Bigger Picture, artwork by patients from the Department of Psychiatry, WRH. Those keen...…


All that work and all this finding out: The Creative Well exhibition

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...their creativity through experimentation, exploration and play. Open to all, from beginner to practicing artist and everyone in between The Creative Well is an ongoing collaboration between visual artists’ Emma Finucane and Dominic Thorpe, Kildare’s Arts and Wellbeing coordinator Carolann Courtney and Catherine O’Grady a HSE project coordinator (Former HSE clinical nurse specialist). For the month of May the gallery will be filled with visuals,...…


The Collective: Group show from The Creative Well Open Studio

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...years, ‘The Collective’ will include a lively variety of media, makers and technique. The exhibition will launch on 5 January at 7.30pm in the McKenna Gallery with selected artists, the curatorial team and artist Dominic Thorpe who collaborated with fellow artist Emma Finucane to develop the Open Studio model in the county. ‘This Must Be the Place’ is an arts and health residency at the Riverbank Arts Centre. Throughout...…


National College of Art and Design – Arts and Health Module

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The National College of Art and Design/Creative Life St James Hospital – Arts and Health Module is drawing to a close. Seventeen students from NCAD working with Dominic Thorpe, Mary A. Fitzgerald, and Denis Roche have developed projects with Creative Life, working with themes relating to art, health, creativity and successful ageing. Students who participated in the Arts and Health Module will give research presentations in the Durkan...…



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