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Archive for April 2012
Waterford Healing Arts Trust is delighted to announce that Martin Fahy is the WHAT Artist in Residence for 2012. Martin will be based in the WHAT Centre for Arts in Health from March to September this year.
The International Health Humanities Network provides a global platform for innovative scholars, medical, health and social care professionals, voluntary sector workers and creative practitioners to join forces with informal and family carers, service-users and the wider self-caring public to explore, celebrate and develop new approaches in advancing health and wellbeing through the arts and humanities in hospitals, residential and community settings.
The Amulet is a collaborative arts and health project creatively exploring the issue of pregnancy and infant loss. Initiated by visual artist Marie Brett, the project is a partnership between the artist and bereaved parents, Cork University Maternity Hospital (CUMH), Waterford Healing Arts Trust, Waterford Regional Hospital, the Mid Western Regional Hospital and Ballyphehane/Togher Arts+Crafts Initiative (BTACI).
Arts Care is Northern Ireland’s leading arts in health organisation and in 2012 it will celebrate 21 years of delivering high quality, sustainable arts and ClownDoctor programmes across a diverse range of healthcare services in all of Northern Ireland’s Health and Social Care Trusts. With an emphasis on a participatory approach, the anniversary conference will provide an opportunity for experts, and all those interested in arts in health practice and evaluation across the globe to come together. The event takes place from the 16 to 18 May in Lyric Theatre, Belfast.
Creative Dementia Arts Network present the Connections and Collaborations: Creative Dementia Arts Conference on Monday 11 June 2012 in The Albany, Deptford, London.