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Archive for November 2013


Body Conscious exhibition catalogue

Date posted: 15 November 2013

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Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) recently launched the third and final exhibition in the series Body Conscious on the theme of the body featuring artworks by Vera Klute in Waterford Regional Hospital. To coincide with the final exhibition, WHAT launched a full-colour catalogue featuring the work of the four artists, Dorothy Ann Daly, Lucia Barnes, Susan O’Brien Duffy and Vera Klute, who exhibited in this series and a specially commissioned essay by artist Mary-Ruth Walsh. Read More


Arts, Health and Social Care Symposia: Starts and Ends of Life

Date posted: 13 November 2013

Arts, Health and Social Care Symposia Series will take place on Tuesday 19 November 2013 from 11.00am –  7.00pm in the Mary Seacole Building at the University of Salford. The symposia will be followed by a drinks reception from 6pm – 7pm to launch the new Birth Rites* acquisitions. The event is sponsored by the Wynn Bentham End of Life Memorial Fund. Read More


Information Officer internship at WHAT

Date posted: 12 November 2013

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) wishes to engage an Information Officer under the Jobbridge programme. The intern will gain practical experience in local and national communications. He/she will write and disseminate press releases, design posters, assist in moderating a national website and design digital marketing campaigns. On completion the intern will have attained skills in digital marketing, media relations, editing, event planning, meeting deadlines and working as part of a busy team. Read More


A Six-pack of Mental Health Films at Cork Film Festival

Date posted: 12 November 2013

As part of its commitment to the use of film to explore some of the burning issues of our time, and its passion for documentary, the 58th Cork Film Festival presents six compelling programmes exploring mental health, all at €6 or less. Titles in this strand: Camille Claudel (1915) (Sunday 10 November 1615, €6); Here One Day (Monday 11 November, 1045 Gate, €6); The Man Whose Mind Exploded (Monday 11 November 1100, Gate, €6); Forget Me Not (Vergiss Mein Nicht) (Tuesday 12 November, 1630 Gate, €6); World Shorts Four: the Comforts of Madness (Friday 15 November 1430, Gate, €6); Rich Pickings: Battle for the Brain (Sunday 17 November 1400, 3 hrs, Triskel, €6). Read More


Close to You

Date posted: 12 November 2013

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Trinity College Dublin’s BioSoc presents Close to You,  a Tangled Thread theatre company production written and performed by Jennie Eggleton, at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, Westland Row, Dublin 2 on 19 November 2013 at 7pm and 20 November at 6pm. Close to You was first premiered at the Edinburugh Fringe Festival 2013 and follows the story of Jennifer and her on-going, turbulent relationship with anorexia, an infliction that is intertwined with her love and idolisation of 70s pop sensation, Karen Carpenter. Read More

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