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Archive for March 2018


Call for tenders: WHAT independent evaluation of Arts Programme in Renal Dialysis Unit at UHW

Date posted: 22 March 2018

Image shown: Staff members in the Dialysis Unit, UHW, taking part in Emily Robyn Archer's Post Room Project 2010. Photo by Emily Robyn Archer.

Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) wishes to commission an independent evaluation of its Arts Programme in the Renal Dialysis Unit at University Hospital Waterford (UHW), with a view to informing the next phase of the programme. Tenders are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates.  Read More


LIVED LIVES: From Tory Island to Swift’s Asylum Touring Exhibition  

Date posted: 20 March 2018

Image shown: Lived Lives Family Engagement

Lived Lives is a mediated exhibition about suicide which is touring from November 2017 to November 2018. Two public tours are taking place in Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton on 21 and 22 March 2018.  Read More


Dance & Health Professional Development Event: TOCHT Festival of Dance

Date posted: 17 March 2018

Image shown: Dance & Health, Tipperary Symposium, 2017. Photo credit: Dance Ireland.

TOCHT Festival of Dance in Kerry will host the second in a series of three Dance & Health Professional Development Events on 26 and 27 April 2018. Develop your skills and grow your professional networks by connecting with colleagues working in the field of dance and health.  Read More


Daughter of the Dagda at NUI Galway

Date posted: 17 March 2018

Image shown: ‘Lady Justice’ by Fiona Cawley, Daughter of the Dagda exhibition, NUI Galway

Daughter of the Dagda is a multimedia exhibition at National University of Ireland Galway, taking place in association with NUIG School of Medicine. Nine women artists explore how the female and the feminine have been portrayed in Irish mythology and iconography, from pre-Christian Ireland to the present day. Read More


Arts Council Open Call 2018

Date posted: 17 March 2018

The Arts Council Open Call supports the creation of original and ambitious work of excellence which can be collaborative and/or experimental. The closing date for applications is Thursday 19 April 2018 at 5.30pm.  Read More

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