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Archive for May 2020

Event

Re-Imagining the Future: UK arts and health webinar

Date posted: 16 May 2020

Re-Imagining the Future is a webinar discussion on the big questions for arts and health research and practice. This webinar is taking place on Monday 18 May as part of Creativity & Wellbeing Week 2020 in the UK. Read More

Event

Shining a Light on Creative Practices in the time of Covid-19: UK Webinar

Date posted: 16 May 2020

As part of Creativity & Wellbeing Week 2020 in the UK, a free webinar discussion on how creative practices are responding and adapting to Covid-19 across the UK will take place on Monday 18 May.  Read More

Poetry Prescriptions

Poetry Prescriptions: This Moment by Eavan Boland

Date posted: 14 May 2020

Image shown: Eavan Boland.

‘This Moment’ by Eavan Boland has been chosen by Lani O’Hanlon, author, poet and dance artist. Read More

News

Tallaght University Hospital: Arts and Music Response to Covid-19 

Date posted: 9 May 2020

Image shown: Clara Monahan, Relax with Me video series, flower visualisation. Part of the NCAH Arts and Music Covid-19 response at Tallaght University Hospital.

Tallaght University Hospital has a longstanding arts programme running in the hospital, led by the National Centre for Arts and Health. When Covid-19 restrictions came into place, the arts team diversified, designing participative and receptive activities for the programme that could still reach out to patients and staff. Read More

Event

Bealtaine At Home

Date posted: 7 May 2020

Image shown: Ciara Harrison, WHAT Artist in Residence 2017: Wild Thing (you make my heart sing), University Hospital Waterford. Photo credit: Keith Currams.

Bealtaine Festival, Ireland’s national celebration of the arts and creativity as we age, takes place each May. Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, this year’s festival is not going ahead as planned. Instead the occasion will be marked through Bealtaine At Home, a series of online events beginning on 7 May.   Read More

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