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HSE Talking Health and Wellbeing Podcast – Traveller Wellbeing Through Creativity
Martin Beanz Warde discusses his ‘Through Our Eyes’ photography project, funded under the Traveller Wellbeing Through Creativity initiative in 2022, and his personal story about expressing his creative ability in a variety of ways.
3 June, 2023
HSE Talking Health and Wellbeing Podcast – Staff Choirs
This HSE Talking Health and Wellbeing Podcast focuses on staff choirs and their impact on health and wellbeing. Alison Baker Kerrigan, Arts Officer in Tallaght University Hospital, is joined in conversation by podcast host Fergal Fox.
22 April, 2023
The Arts & Ageing Podcast
What Next? tells the story of four artists who worked with older people on a project that broke the mould. Their stories are told through the Arts and Ageing Podcast series.
11 November, 2021
Dealing In The Reality: Other People’s Practices
Dealing In The Reality is a panel talk exploring Other People's Practices (OPP), an artist residency and research programme with the National Forensic Mental Health Service.
29 August, 2021
Volcano Days in the Writing Room by Sylvia Cullen
Writer Sylvia Cullen was awarded an artsandhealth.ie artist bursary in 2020 to reflect on her 14-year creative writing residency at Killagoley Training & Activation Centre (KTAC) in Enniscorthy.
5 May, 2021
When you asked us to look: The world of Open Gallery
Delivering an art project in an acute setting for people with dementia and other age-related conditions can bring unique rewards and challenges. This podcast explores the Open Gallery art viewing programme at University Hospital Waterford from the viewpoint of the healthcare staff, artists and participants involved.
12 November, 2019
Mind-Reading 2017: Mental Health and the Written Word
Mind-Reading 2017 was a one-day programme of talks and workshops at dlr Lexicon seeking to explore productive interactions between literature and mental health both historically and in the present day.
20 October, 2018
Tiny Kind Gestures
Artist Tess Leak and designer Orlagh O’Brien of Haiku Island Press collaborated with 24 patients attending the Renal Unit at Cork University Hospital on a collection of haiku-inspired poetry. In 2017, diverse voices from the town of Skibbereen and surrounding area read aloud the entire collection of Haiku poems ‘Tiny Kind Gestures’.
29 January, 2018
Arts and Health Check Up, Check In 2017 – Keynote conversation between Mark Storor and Patrick Fox
A keynote conversation between artist and theatre maker Mark Storor and Patrick Fox from Heart of Glass chaired by Ailbhe Murphy from Create.
1 July, 2017
Arts and Health Check Up, Check In 2017 – Showcasing Strand
Presentations on The Creative Well: Emma Finucane (Visual Artist) and Catherine O’Grady (HSE Mental Health Services); 15 Miles: Bernie Austin (Director of Nursing, St. Brendan’s Nursing Home, Loughrea) and Ceara Conway (Visual Artist and Singer); and Care: Dr Regina McQuillan (St Francis Hospice) and Willfredd Theatre.
29 June, 2017
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.
1 June, 2016
Sharon Murphy and Carolann Courtney: Singing and Health – A choir for people with dementia
The National Centre for Arts and Health at Tallaght University Hospital presented the seminar ‘Music and Health: Promoting excellence in practice’ in 2015.
14 November, 2015