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Archive for September 2017


Art Instructor sought for Occupational Therapy Department at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

Date posted: 26 September 2017

Applications are invited for the position of Art Instructor with the Occupational Therapy Department at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services in Dublin. The deadline for applications is 8 October 2017. Read More


In the Picture: Dementia friendly gallery tour at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre this October

Date posted: 25 September 2017

Image shown: Modern Experiments by Susan MacWilliams

In the Picture invites people living with dementia and their family, friends or professional carers to visit an exhibition at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre and discuss with others in a safe and welcoming environment. The next In the Picture tour will take place on 3 October 2017.  Read More


Training Notes: An Introductory Course to Music in Healthcare Settings

Date posted: 25 September 2017

An Introductory Course to Music in Healthcare Settings is a four-day introductory workshop for musicians interested in exploring the idea of bringing music into healthcare and community spaces with a focus on geriatric settings. Delivered by Kids Classics CLG in partnership with Create Louth and Music Generation, the course is currently open to Louth based musicians.  Read More


Anima screening at Wexford Documentary Film Festival

Date posted: 21 September 2017

Image shown: Anima, film still. Photo credit: Colm Mullen.

Anima, a film by Colm Mullen exploring Marie Brett’s research on death and care, will be screened at the Wexford Documentary Film Festival 2017. The film was funded through the 2016 artsandhealth.ie Documentation Bursary. The screening will take place on Saturday 23 September at 1.45pm as part of the ‘Films Off-Site & Shorts’ programme. Read More


Bittersweet at Galway Arts Centre

Date posted: 18 September 2017

Image shown: Still from Bittersweet

Bittersweet is a collaborative installation by Red Bird Youth Collective and artists from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Day Hospital at Merlin Park Hospital. On display in Galway Arts Centre until 27 September 2017, the work has been facilitated by artist Louise Manifold. Read More

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