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Archive for March 2020


Performance for Care – online symposium 27 March 2020

Date posted: 26 March 2020

Image shown: Performance for Care online symposium.

Performance for Care is an online platform advocating for arts and creativity within healthcare education and professional development. This online resource replaces the Performance for Care symposium, which has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A Synaesthesia Concert for Brain Awareness Week

Date posted: 11 March 2020

*EVENT POSTPONED: In the light of the developing coronavirus situation, this event will be rescheduled for a later date.*

The remarkable nature of how sensory information is processed in the brain will be conveyed through music and art in a live concert performance by synaesthete-musician Svetlana Rudenko with images from synaesthete-artist Jane Mackay at Maynooth University on 18 March 2020.  Read More


Call for submissions – First Fortnight Festival 2021

Date posted: 10 March 2020

First Fortnight is Ireland’s Mental Health Arts & Culture Festival, challenging mental health prejudice and stigma through arts and cultural action and programming events that create spaces for unscripted conversations around mental health to happen. In 2021, First Fortnight is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Read More

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Taking Risks: Arts + Health Check Up Check In 2020 programme announced

Date posted: 5 March 2020

Image shown: Dr Jenny Elliott, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Arts Care, who will give the keynote address at Arts + Health: Check Up Check In 2020.

Artsandhealth.ie is delighted to announce the programme for Arts + Health: Check Up Check In 2020. Themed Taking Risks, this leading national arts and health event will take place on Thursday 23 April at Draíocht in Blanchardstown, Dublin and is open to healthcare professionals, arts practitioners and anyone interested in learning more about this exciting field.  Read More

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