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Archive for July 2020

Event

Facilitating Groups – Social Distancing and Beyond: Webinar Series

Date posted: 18 July 2020

UK organisation 64 Million Artists is hosting a trio of seminars this September for creative and cultural practitioners exploring the facilitation of online and in-person groups during Covid-19 and beyond, with a focus on co-creative activities and democratic processes. Read More

News

Creativity & Change Special Purpose Award

Date posted: 16 July 2020

Image shown: Creativity & Change Special Purpose Award.

The Creativity & Change programme is for anyone interested in how creative engagement can nurture global citizenship and empathic action around local and global justice themes. The course is a part-time level 9 Award based at CIT Crawford College of Art & Design in Cork.
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Vitamin C: The positive effect of creativity on wellbeing in older people – webinar

Date posted: 15 July 2020

Image shown: Age & Opportunity’s Artist in Residence in a Care Setting 2019: Visual artist Andy Parsons' residency in Killybegs Community Hospital, Donegal.

The Creative Ireland Programme in association with Healthy Ireland and the HSE Mental Health & Wellbeing Programme are pleased to announce a Creative Conversation webinar on 21 July 2020 which will explore how creative activity impacts on the mental wellbeing of older people. Read More

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Arts, Culture & Mental Health Month at GM i-THRIVE

Date posted: 13 July 2020

Image shown: Art installation depicting paper dolls holding hands: Arts, Culture & Mental Health month at GM i-THRIVE.

It is widely recognised that many mental health problems develop in childhood and adolescence. The Greater Manchester i-THRIVE Arts, Culture and Mental Health programme was established to build on the known links between creativity and wellbeing, arts, culture and health, to bring innovative and age-appropriate solutions to the challenge of meeting the mental health needs of Greater Manchester’s young people. Read More

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