Case Studies (4 results)
Storytelling Residency at University Hospital Waterford
Joe Brennan was Waterford Healing Arts Trust’s Artist in Residence for 2021 at University Hospital Waterford. The residency focused on staff engagement due to Covid restrictions, offering storytelling online and outdoors. Changing circumstances during the residency also enabled Joe to tell stories at the bedside on the Paediatric Ward.
A Bird at My Window and Other Stories
A Bird at My Window and Other Stories is a project by artists Sarah Fuller and Manuela Corbari for children and their families in hospital settings developed for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture.
Le Pont des Arts (The Bridge of Arts)
Le Pont des Arts is a non-profit artistic company working in the paediatric departments of Brussels’ main hospitals. For 21 years, six artists (currently a singer, a musician, a dancer, a storyteller, a juggler and a visual artist) have been performing weekly in children’s rooms.
Cloudlands is an artist in residence programme for teenagers in hospital led by Helium Arts. Artists Rachel Tynan, Emma Fisher and Eszter Némethi worked in Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, University Hospital Galway and Cork University Hospital respectively between 2012 and 2015.
Videos (2 results)
Do we have the “right” story? In Conversation with Dr Suzanne Denieffe, Joe Brennan and Paula Lowney
Do we have the “right” story? is a narrative storytelling research project exploring the experiences of those living and working in mental health community residences in HSE South East Community Healthcare.
A Bird At My Window and Other Stories
Transforming the bedsides of young patients into miniature theatre spaces, Sarah Fuller and Manuela Corbari share an enchanting collection of stories where the natural and human worlds are intertwined.
News (3 results)
West Cork Feel Good Festival 2023
West Cork Feel Good Festival takes place every autumn, organised by 49 North Street - a creative space in Skibbereen that promotes positive mental health and wellbeing - and a broad range of community partners.
Dementia and Creativity Awareness Talks at dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire
dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire is hosting a series of talks, co-ordinated by the Global Brain Health Institute, highlighting the impact and benefit of creativity in the lives of people with dementia.
Video – Do we have the “right” story? In Conversation with Dr Suzanne Denieffe, Joe Brennan and Paula Lowney
Do we have the “right” story.