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Songwriting with older people in care settings
Klawitter Theatre Group delivered songwriting projects with older people who visit the day care facilities at Henrietta Older Peoples Service and with residents in Belmont House Nursing Home, both based in Dublin, from June 2018 until December 2019.
7 June, 2020
The Songbirds is a piece of theatre researched and written by playwright Guy Le Jeune examining the experiences of people living with dementia, and their primary carers.
1 April, 2020
OFFSET was an intergenerational print project in 2019 involving participants in Paediatrics and Care for the Elderly contexts at Galway University Hospitals and staff from the wider hospital community.
1 March, 2020
Memory is Grey
Memory is Grey is a body of work based on artist Gillian Cussen’s experience as a person and as an art facilitator with people who have some form of memory loss (and their loved ones).
1 January, 2020
Irish Aphasia Theatre
Irish Aphasia Theatre (IAT) is a socially engaged theatre and arts and health company working in professional theatre, community and health settings. IAT works with participants who have aphasia and/or acquired brain injuries related to ageing conditions and other brain traumas.
5 November, 2019
Stories from the Well-Field
Stories from the Well-Field is an interactive performance created by a group of residents in St. Joseph’s Unit, Bantry General Hospital in collaboration with artist Tess Leak, puppeteer Eoin Lynch and composer Justin Grounds.
1 October, 2019
The New Wing
Castlebar-born visual artist Bryan Gerard Duffy was awarded one of the HSE Percent for Art Scheme Commissions in the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar as part of the new wing development in the residential home.
2 September, 2019
Orchard Stories: A Bealtaine Artist Residency
Visual artist Joanna Hopkins was awarded the inaugural Bealtaine Artist in Residence in a Care Setting in 2017. Over four months, Joanna collaborated with residents of Orchard Day Care Centre in Blackrock, Co. Dublin, using the sensory garden as both a starting point for conversation and as a source for artmaking.
3 August, 2019
Open Gallery is an art project developed in 2018 by Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) which invites people living with dementia – and their family members / carers – to look at, discuss and enjoy paintings from the University Hospital Waterford (UHW) Art Collection in a safe and welcoming space, supported by professional artists.
1 April, 2019
What is the best way to clearly communicate necessary healthcare information? 'Got It?' is a health literacy project by collaborative artists Rowena Keaveny and Julie Spollen, created in partnership with Anam Beo arts and health organisation and Offaly’s Public Participation Network.
1 March, 2019
110 Skibbereen Girls
In 2018, artist Toma McCullim worked with the residents, staff and visitors of Skibbereen Hospital Campus on a collaborative art project to create a bronze public sculpture for the Hospital Grounds.
4 January, 2019
Can You See What I See?
Caroline Hyland is an artist in residence at Tallaght University Hospital (TUH). ‘Can You See What I See?’ is a series of paintings by Caroline strongly informed by listening to people with dementia and to those that support them, their families, friends and the medical professions.
1 October, 2018