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Jenny Moran

Personal Effects: Jennie Moran with stroke patients

Artist Jennie Moran interviews herself (watch) about collaboration and engagement in her collaborative project Personal Effects which took place in a healthcare setting. She originally spoke about Personal Effects at the Collaborative Practices and Public Art event, Dublin City Public Art Programme.

Personal Effects, Jennie Moran, 2009, the Stroke Unit of Galway’s Merlin Park University Hospital. It was managed by the Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust and funded by The Arts Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme managed by Create. See also artsandhealth.ie Case Studies.

Arts and Health: Jenny Moran interviews Jenny Moran

 

 

 

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