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Artist Opportunity with Waterford Healing Arts Trust

Date posted: 28 July 2021

Image shown: Artist Boyer Phelan delivering an Art Kart session on the Paediatric Ward of University Hospital Waterford. Photo by Hugh O’Brien Moran.

Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) is seeking to recruit a professional artist to deliver the Art Kart, an inspiring art programme for children and young people, in the Paediatric Ward of University Hospital Waterford (UHW). The Art Kart is delivered twice a week and is an artistic and creative response to the needs and vision of young patients.  Read More


Arts for Health Learning Residency in West Cork

Date posted: 21 July 2021

Image shown: Time in Our Lives, Arts for Health West Cork. Illustrated stamps for participant packages. Photo credit: Sarah Ruttle.

Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre in partnership with Cork County Council/Creative Ireland, Cork ETB and HSE Cork Kerry Community Healthcare are inviting expressions of interest from artists who would like to take up a learning residency as part of the Arts for Health Partnership Programme. Read More


UL seeks Post Doctoral Researcher and Research Assistant – Arts for Health for Older Adults

Date posted: 17 July 2021

The Faculty of Education & Health Sciences, School of Allied Health, at University of Limerick is inviting applications for the positions of Post Doctoral Researcher and Research Assistant for an Arts for Health for Older Adults research project. Read More


Opportunity: Creative Ireland (Waterford) – Creative Arts Programme Co-ordinator

Date posted: 17 July 2021

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Waterford City and County Council (WCCC) is recruiting for the role of Creative Arts Programme Co-ordinator to link with Social Prescribing and other community services.  Read More


Invitation to Tender: Performing Arts Programming services for Bealtaine Festival 2022-2024

Date posted: 26 June 2021

Image shown: Residents of St. Joseph’s Shankhill at a tea party event to celebrate the Fairland Collective, Bealtaine artist in residence 2019. Photo: Rob O' Connor.

Bealtaine is Ireland’s national festival celebrating the arts and creativity as we age. Age & Opportunity, which runs the festival, is seeking tenders from suitably qualified individuals or organisations to provide performing arts services for Bealtaine Festival between Autumn 2021 – May 2024.
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