Continuing Professional Development for artists and for health professionals Seminar and Workshop
Seminar for artists & health professionals - 8 December
Artists' workshop - 9 December
Helium presents a unique opportunity for artists and health professionals to engage with award winning theatre practitioners Anna Ledgard and Mark Storor (UK). Anna and Marks’s most recent collaboration, For the Best, explores the connection between bio-medical science and human experience and was the winner of the TMA Theatre Award 2009.
A seminar chaired by Tony Fegan, Director of Tallaght Community Arts and Dr Emma Curtis Medical Director to the NPHDB and a practicing paediatrician at the National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght will take place on 8 December at 6.30pm in the Science Gallery, Dublin and will be streamed live via www.sciencegallery.com/webstream with a live link-up to Waterford Healing Arts Trust. For tickets, go to www.sciencegallery.ie.
Workshop for artists led by Mark Storor take placec on 9 December at 11am-2pm in Rua Red, Tallaght, Dublin 24. There are limited places available. For application details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This workshop is suitable for artists from any discipline working collaboratively in context with children and young people.
Na Píobairí Uilleann launches a new on-line resource
Na Píobairí Uilleann launched a new extensive on-line resource entitled SOURCE this month.
SOURCE provides access to an underlying digital media database comprising thousands of video clips of the best of Irish traditional music built up from our monthly recital series over the last five years. SOURCE also provides a new platform for our instructional tutor video series covering beginner, intermediate and advanced tunes. Other material includes selections from their audio and photo archive including thousands of high quality photographs of classic instruments.
Also available are the Irish Music Collections On-line (IMCO) Galleries consisting of over 1,600 pieces of music from 24 significant historical music collections dating from as early as 1724. These tune collections have been transcribed by Na Píobairí Uilleann from the originals and are available to review or listen to using the freeware Sibelius Scorch player. In deploying the site they also took the opportunity to merge some of their existing web based resources such as their on-line library into the SOURCE.
Laois County Council invites interest for studio awards/schemes at Arthouse Stradbally
Laois County Council invites interest in the following studio award/schemes at Arthouse Stradbally due to commence in March 2011. The facilities include: studio spaces with accommodation and studio spaces without accommodation, exhibition space, rehearsal space, a kiln, garden space, a digital room, broadband and library facilities.
- The Arthouse Studio Award for NCAD Graduates in association with the National College of Art and Design.
- The Professional Artist Studio Scheme
- The Craftsperson Studio Scheme in association with the Crafts Council of Ireland.
- Application forms and further information are available from the Arts Office: Telephone 057 8674342/44, you can download them here or email email@example.com.
- Applications should be submitted not later than 12 noon on the 10 December 2010 to the Arts Officer, Laois County Council, Áras an Chontae, Portlaoise, Co Laois.