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Have you experienced Arts in healthcare as a staff member, patient, family member or visitor? If so, Kildare Arts in Health Steering Group would like to hear from you!

Arts in Health Mapping Project

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DEADLINE HAS PASSED. For further information on this project conact Nicola Dunne nmdunne@kildarecoco.ie

Have you experienced Arts in healthcare as a staff member, patient, family member or visitor?

Or do you organise or facilitate arts activities in healthcare or community settings?

If so, Kildare Arts in Health Steering Group would like to hear from you!

Kildare Arts in Health Steering Group is developing a map of arts activities taking place in health and care settings in County Kildare.  The aim of this project is get an overview of the scale, range and diversity of arts in health activity in the county. We welcome submissions from individuals and organisations and would be delighted to receive details of current or past arts projects or programmes.  All submissions will then be considered for inclusion in a future exhibition or publication of this work.

The range of potential activities could include exhibitions, classes, performances, workshops, or commissions in any art form, for example, visual art, theatre, music, dance, literature, film and opera.

Deadline for receipt of submissions: 5 pm, 11 February 2010.

The submission form can be downloaded in word format here.

For further information contact Nicola Dunne, Arts in Health Specialist, Kildare County Council Arts Service, Tel: 045 448312 or email: nmdunne@kildarecoco.ie or

Kildare Arts in Health Steering Group was established in Autumn 2008 and includes artists and representatives from a variety of agencies in the health, disability, and community sectors. The Kildare Arts in Health Steering Group seeks to promote and support a diversity of quality arts initiatives within varied healthcare and community settings to enhance the health, quality of life, social wellbeing and inclusion of all citizens within County Kildare.

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