Case Studies (4 results)
Tracing Autonomy: a reflective approach in support of a person’s autonomy in life
Tracing Autonomy explores autonomy, creativity and end of life. The project is a collaboration between two artists who work at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice (PPWH) in Glasgow, Jeni Pearson and Kirsty Stansfield, in consultation with philosopher Prof. Ben Colburn from the University of Glasgow.
An Integrated Creative Arts Service at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
The Creative Arts Service is a fully integrated ongoing core service at the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow. It currently runs four days per week and is delivered by three graduate artists and a creative writer, all experienced in arts and health practice.
CARE is an investigation into the ethos of palliative care and the people who work in palliative care. It is a piece of theatre produced by WillFredd Theatre, and developed with the company, artistic collaborators and Irish hospice staff.
Seasons of the Sun
Seasons of the Sun was a Music Residency at Robin House Children’s Hospice, Balloch, Scotland.
Perspectives (3 results)
Novelist and short story writer Meaghan Delahunt reflects on her work at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. She highlights the importance of creative writing in palliative care and how it's never too late for any of us to explore our full potential.
A quiet megaphone for your knowledge: an artist’s approach to person-centred arts participation in healthcare
Addressing the imagined participants of an Arts and Health workshop, Marielle MacLeman draws from her experiences of working as an artist in palliative and chronic healthcare settings to reflect upon the values that underpin her responsive approach to person-centred arts participation.
The place of loss in arts and health
The theme of loss surfaces through art again and again, even when it is not named as such.
Podcasts (1 results)
A quiet megaphone for your knowledge – Marielle MacLeman
Addressing the imagined participants of an arts and health workshop, Marielle MacLeman draws from her experiences of working as an artist in palliative and chronic healthcare settings to reflect upon the values that underpin her responsive approach to person-centred arts participation.
News (3 results)
Applications open for IHF Seed Grants 2022-2023: Creative Exploration of Loss
The Irish Hospice Foundation's Seed Grants scheme offers communities across Ireland multiple ways to process the impact of death, dying, grief, and more general losses.
Four artists commissioned by the Irish Hospice Foundation to support wellbeing of HSE staff
Healthcare staff wellbeing is at the forefront of new creative work commissioned by the Irish Hospice Foundation and supported by the Creative Ireland Programme.
Applications Open: Design & Dignity Grant Scheme Round 5
The Irish Hospice Foundation has announced that applications for the Design & Dignity Grant Round 5 are now open.