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Archive for March 2019


Open Call: Northern Ireland Mental Health Arts Festival

Date posted: 23 March 2019

Northern Ireland Mental Health Arts Festival (NIMHAF) is now in its fifth year, celebrating mental health, challenging stigma and fighting inequalities. The 2019 festival theme is Moving Forward: visual artists who have experienced mental health issues are invited to submit artworks exploring this theme. Read More


Job Vacancy: General Manager at Helium Arts

Date posted: 23 March 2019

Helium Arts, the national children’s arts and health organisation, is seeking a motivated, experienced and highly organised individual to develop the role of General Manager, part-time. Read More


Other People’s Practices: Artist Talk with Emma Finucane

Date posted: 23 March 2019

Image shown: Other People's Practices, Artist in Residence Emma Finucane

Other People’s Practices is an artist residency and research project that supports professional artists to produce collaborative, socially engaged projects in Usher’s Island, a post/semi-post forensic mental healthcare setting. Emma Finucane, a print maker who has been researching and making visual art in health contexts for over ten years, will speak about her practice and the aims of her inaugural four-month residency with Other People’s Practices. This lunchtime talk is taking place on 26 March 2019 at Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD.  Read More


Call for care settings: Age & Opportunity artist residencies 2019

Date posted: 16 March 2019

Image shown: Age & Opportunity - Artist Residency in a Care Setting.

Age & Opportunity/ Bealtaine is expanding their Artist(s) in Residence in a Care Setting, with six residencies to take place across the country during 2019. Age & Opportunity invites care settings (day care, residential and hospice care settings) to apply for this exciting opportunity, with submissions due by 28 June 2019. This will be followed by a call out for artists in July. Read More


Age of Arts symposium at Science Gallery Dublin

Date posted: 9 March 2019

Age of Arts is an afternoon of discussion about how creativity, science and the brain can work together through an arts and social spectrum as we age. Taking place at Science Gallery Dublin on 18 April 2019, artists and scientists will give informative talks and participate in an open discussion with the audience. This will be followed by an interactive music workshop to spark your creativity. Read More

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