Waterford Healing Arts Trust is delivering a practical CPD (continuous professional development) workshop for musicians working in mental health settings, or interested in doing so, as part of the Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing.
Musician Jane O’Brien Moran will share her extensive experience and participants will learn valuable methods for engaging people in music making, wherever they are on their recovery journey.
Jane O’Brien Moran has been performing for many years in a range of contexts. A graduate of the BA in Music at WIT, majoring in jazz vocal performance, Jane currently directs the Passage East Singers, having directed the Tramore Gospel Singers for 16 years. Jane is one of the team of artists delivering WHAT’s Iontas Arts and Mental Health programme, in partnership with Waterford Wexford Mental Health Services.
The workshop takes place at the WHAT Centre for Arts + Health in University Hospital Waterford on 14 February.
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Places are limited and advance booking is essential.
To book please email/call: firstname.lastname@example.org / 051 842664
Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing
The Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing in Waterford champions and celebrates the health benefits of participation in the arts by everyone. The 2023 festival takes place from 13 to 18 February, presented by Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford City and County Libraries and Waterford Healing Arts Trust. The festival is funded by the Arts Council, the HSE and Waterford City and County Council, with generous support from Sanofi.