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Search Results for: DOMINIC THORPE

Update on the inaugural Arts and Health – Check Up, Check In


...d by Pat Cooke A hands-on, manifesto-themed workshop with artists Jesse Jones and Eleanor Philips Pecha kucha presentations featuring Jennie Moran, Mary Dineen, Marie Brett, Ríonach Ní Néill, Alan Counihan, Charlotte Donovan, Marielle MacLeman and Ray Yeates A panel discussion exploring creative and collaborative practices of resistance and care featuring Prof. Gerry Kearns, Maynooth University, Dr. Austin O’Carroll and artists Dominic Thorpe...…

The Art of Mental Health at First Fortnight


...xt these possessions remain charged objects yet with little of the strange to be found among them. They are of the everyday, suggestive of inner lives no less rich nor remarkable than our own and revelatory of stories as much about ourselves as about their owners. alancounihan.net Ciara McKeon is a Dublin-based visual artist whose work focuses on performance. She works as a curator and artist, curating Unit 1 with Dominic Thorpe. Eithne McAdam...…

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...t, run by Visual Artist John Conway and Counselling Psychologist Dr Nicola Elmer. The project is supported by Create’s Artist in the Community Scheme (Research and Development with Mentoring) and is mentored by Visual Artist Dominic Thorpe. The project is also supported by The ARC Cancer Support Centre and DeAppendix Studios. It will take place in January and February 2016. The concept for the project originally arose in 2014, during John’s...…

Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing

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...Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing celebrates the health benefits of participation in the arts and features a programme of free, fun, inventive and sociable arts events for all ages, across all artforms. Taking place in Waterford City and County in October each year, the festival is presented by Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford Healing Arts Trust and Waterford City and County Libraries....…

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