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Archive for December 2017


Art@Work 14: Annual staff exhibition at University Hospital Galway

Date posted: 13 December 2017

Image shown: Mister by Siobhan Moore, oil on canvas.

Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust presents Art@Work 14, the annual staff exhibition at University Hospital Galway. The exhibition runs from 20 December 2017 until 31 January 2018 on the Art Corridor.  Read More


Winter Music Season at Cork University Hospital

Date posted: 13 December 2017

Image shown: SCRUBS Workplace Choir CUH at the National Concert Hall

The Arts Department at Cork University Hospital is currently hosting its most extensive Winter Music Season, extending to Wilton Community area, Cork City and Cork County. There are several opportunities to hear the resident Scrubs staff choir in December. Local school choirs are also visiting the hospital and musicians from Kids’ Classics will perform a concert on 20 December.  Read More


First Fortnight 2018

Date posted: 10 December 2017

Image shown: First Fortnight 2018

First Fortnight, Ireland’s annual arts and mental health festival, is taking place in January 2018 with more than 100 events across 17 counties throughout the month. Challenging mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action, the programme includes visual art, literature, spoken word, theatre, music, film, comedy, workshops and discussion.  Read More

In Conversation

In Conversation with Marie Denham: Illustrator, Puppeteer and Nurse

Date posted: 4 December 2017

Image shown: Marie Denham

For the last of our current In Conversation series with professionals who have a dual practice as artists and healthcare practitioners, we met up with Marie Denham at her work space in A4 Sounds.  Read More

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Spotlight: Andy Neary, Manager of the HSE Rural Training Centre, Castlebar

Date posted: 1 December 2017

Image shown: HSE Rural Training Centre, Castlebar

The Spotlight series highlights the role of healthcare professionals who are developing, leading or collaborating on arts and health initiatives. This month, we hear from Andy Neary, Manager of the HSE Rural Training Centre in Castlebar, Co. Mayo about the core role of the arts within the centre and the music-based project Ukulele and Me. Read More

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