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Archive for July 2017

News

364/24: St Francis Hospice and artist Marie Brett

Date posted: 18 July 2017

Image shown: 364/24 by Marie Brett

St Francis Hospice and visual artist Marie Brett have been awarded an Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme Project Realisation Award for 364/24, a new filmic artwork by Marie exploring experiences of the moment of death.   Read More

Opportunity

Applications open: Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health

Date posted: 17 July 2017

The Global Brain Health Institute is now accepting applications for its 2018 class of Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health. This is an inter- professional programme and applications are invited from a range of fields in medicine, social sciences and the arts, across the world.  Read More

Opportunity

MFA Scholarships at NCAD supporting art practice at the National Forensic Medical Hospital

Date posted: 14 July 2017

The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is offering three full-time MFA Fine Art / Digital Art Scholarships that will support art research and practice carried out at the National Forensic Medical Hospital at Dundrum and in its transition to a new facility at Portrane in the Dublin Area. Read More

Event

Making Sense: The Art of Mental Health at Skibbereen Arts Festival

Date posted: 14 July 2017

Image shown: Making Sense: The Art of Mental Health at Skibbereen Arts Festival

This year’s Skibbereen Arts Festival, running from 28 July to 6 August, will include a number of arts and mental health events. A screening of Alan Gilsenan’s acclaimed new documentary film Meetings with Ivor on 29 July will be followed by ‘Making Sense’, a panel discussion on the power of the arts in enabling positive mental health, together with a performance by The Claddagh Rogues. ‘Breaking Chains’, a collaborative photographic exhibition between documentary photographer Eileen O’Leary and James O’Flynn of The Claddagh Rogues will run from 28 to 30 July.  Read More

Opportunity

Creative Arts Facilitator (Relief Panel) sought for the Twilight Programme at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

Date posted: 14 July 2017

The Twilight Programme at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services, Dublin, is currently inviting applications for a Creative Arts Facilitator (Relief Panel) on a one year fixed term. The Twilight Programme is a therapeutic recreational programme for service users residing in St Patrick’s and St Edmundsbury Mental Health Services, providing a friendly and welcoming creative space for people to access during the evenings and at weekends.

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