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Archive for June 2020

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Highlighting Public Art in Healthcare – a call for information

Date posted: 24 June 2020

Image Shown: Pathway, Per Cent for Art Commission at Nazareth Care Village, Sligo. Artists: Catherine Fanning and Brigitta Varadi. Photo credit: Val Robus.

artsandhealth.ie and publicart.ie are seeking examples of artwork commissioned under the Department of Health, Per Cent for Art Scheme between 2010 and 2020. *The call for information has now been extended to Monday 31 August 2020.* Read More


Call for researcher: Invitation to Collaboration Scheme: Mapping Arts and Health across the Midlands (MAHAM)

Date posted: 23 June 2020

Image shown: Helium Arts' Midlands Animation Project 2019. Photo credit: Helium Arts.

The Arts Office of Laois County Council, working in collaboration with partner organisations Offaly County Council Arts Office, Westmeath County Council Arts Office, Anam Beo, Helium Arts, Music Generation (Offaly/Westmeath) and Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT), seek to engage the services of a suitably qualified and experienced individual(s) to undertake an arts, health and wellbeing research project on a contract for services basis. Read More


RCSI Webinar: The Art of Hope and Creativity in a Crisis

Date posted: 23 June 2020

The RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) Institute of Leadership, in partnership with the HSE, has been hosting a 30-minute weekly webinar series since early April. The webinar on 25 June 2020 will explore ‘COVID-19: The Art of Hope and Creativity in a Crisis.’  Read More


Survive, Adapt, Renew: Arts Council publishes report from Covid-19 Expert Advisory Group

Date posted: 21 June 2020

The Expert Advisory Group established by the Arts Council to address the Covid-19 crisis in the arts sector published its report on 19 June. ‘Survive, Adapt, Renew’ contains a number of key recommendations to safeguard the arts sector until January 2022.  Read More


Call for proposals – Caring and Sharing: Health and Humanities in Today’s World

Date posted: 20 June 2020

Caring and Sharing: Health and Humanities in Today’s World is taking place at the University of Lisbon, Portugal on 24-25 June 2021. This conference provides a unique opportunity for researchers, research groups, academics and projects on the fields of Medical Humanities and Narrative Medicine to promote exchange of knowledge, research outputs and experiences. The call for proposals includes art-based interventions in healthcare settings. Read More

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