Case Studies (8 results)
Yes, But Do You Care?
A transdisciplinary arts project exploring dementia family care-giving and Ireland’s new capacity legislation. Initiated and led by visual artist Marie Brett, working with dance artist and choreographer Philip Connaughton and members of the Dementia Carers Campaign Network.
Tune In with The Happiness Ensemble
Tune In is a multidisciplinary collaboration between filmmakers Aoise Tutty Jackson and Maggie Ryan with members of the 49 North Street community in Skibbereen and MusicAlive. The project was a response to Covid-19 restrictions with a focus on sound, music and ‘Tuning In’.
The Trial is a visual art installation on the history of healthcare and human rights in the Irish criminal justice system, made for the Old Courtroom, Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Dublin 8.
Red Lead Film Group
Red Lead Film Group is a film project based in Waterford City with artist Philip Cullen and men with acquired brain injury.
Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing
Well Festival of Arts and Wellbeing in Waterford celebrates the health benefits of participation in the arts and features a programme of free, fun, inventive and sociable arts events for all ages, across all artforms.
Illuminate is a film and mental health programme that takes place as part of Cork Film Festival.
Silver Strands was an interdisciplinary, collaborative project that evolved from a series of drama workshops in a residential mental health setting in West Cork, supported by West Cork Mental Health Services.
E.gress is an audio-visual filmic artwork resulting from a regional and multi-sited collaborative project between artist Marie Brett, musician Kevin O’Shanahan and The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
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St Luke’s General Hospital
St Luke's General Hospital is an acute hospital in Kilkenny City which provides acute healthcare services to the people of Carlow and Kilkenny.
Raheen Community Hospital and Day Care Centre
Raheen Community Hospital and Day Care Centre in Co. Clare aims to deliver a varied programme of arts to day care visitors and hospital residents.
National Centre for Arts and Health at Tallaght University Hospital
Our mission is ‘to provide a creative arts and health programme specific to patient, staff and healthcare department needs; that improves the hospital experience by making arts accessible to all.
Videos (2 results)
The Sea, Is grá geal mo chroí
A poetic reflection on life on the West Cork coast as remembered by the residents of Clonakilty Community Hospital.
The Soothsayers’ Sounds of Superpowers
Teenagers with experience of cancer from CanTeen Ireland joined forces with composer and multi-instrumentalist Sean Carpio to form The Soothsayers.
News (2 results)
Listening film showcase: Aoise Tutty Jackson and Skibbereen’s pioneering mental health service, 49 North Street
Film director Aoise Tutty Jackson's ongoing collaboration with Music Alive and Skibbereen’s pioneering mental health service, 49 North Street, will form part of an interactive showcase on 13 October at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre.
Yes, But Do You Care? Marie Brett’s film exploring the politics of care comes to Sirius Arts Centre
Artist Marie Brett’s film Yes, But Do You Care.