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Plans are firming up for the first Arts and Health Check Up, Check In, a gathering of arts and health care practitioners and artists who work in healthcare settings, which will take place in The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin on 29 January 2016.

Hosted jointly by Create, artsandhealth.ie, and Dublin City Council’s The LAB against the backdrop of 1916 commemorations, Arts and Health Check Up, Check In will take the pulse of arts and health in Ireland and explore the notion of a shared manifesto for this field of practice.

Clive ParkinsonThe event will feature:

  • A presentation from Clive Parkinson of Arts for Health, Metropolitan Manchester  chaired by Pat Cooke,
  • A hands-on, manifesto-themed workshop with artists Jesse Jones and Eleanor Philips
  • Pecha kucha presentations featuring Jennie Moran, Mary Dineen, Marie Brett, Rionach Ni Neil, Alan Counihan, Charlotte Donovan, Marielle MacLeman and Ray Yeates
  • A panel discussion exploring creative and collaborative practices of resistance and care featuring Prof. Gerry Kearns, Maynooth University, Dr. Austin O’Carroll and artists Dominic Thorpe and Niamh O’Connor

Full program here [PDF]

Admission is €20 per person including lunch.
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Contact WHAT for more information at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or email 051 842664

Arts and Health Check Up, Check In is supported by the Arts Council, Dublin City Council and CAPP (Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, funded through the Creative Europe programme). 

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