Open Call – Opportunity for Visual or Dance Artists

This opportunity is offered as part of the Arts for Health Partnership Programme, West Cork.

It is open to artists who can demonstrate confident facilitation skills, a track record in their professional practice (visual art/dance) and interest in working as part of a team within an arts and health context.

Experience in arts and health is not essential as training and learning with artists and healthcare staff will form part of the work. Being a confident creator and communicator is essential. Work will take place in the Bantry, Castletownbere area so travel or proximity to these locations is essential.

If you are interested, please email opportunities@westcorkartscentre.com to be sent an application form and further information.  We welcome audio and video submissions and can offer easy read version – please ask.

TO APPLY: Email opportunities@westcorkartscentre.com to be sent an application form. Submit completed application form and email CV to opportunities@westcorkartscentre.com by 4pm on Wednesday 17th July 2024 . Emails should use the subject line “AfH Artists Panel Application 2024/2025”.

This is a freelance service contract and subject to Safeguarding Recruitment Process as it involves working with vulnerable persons.

TO FIND OUT MORE: about arts and health practice,  the Arts for Health Partnership Programme, West Cork and Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre, please check out:

https://artsforhealthwestcork.com/

http://www.westcorkartscentre.com

http://www.artsandhealth.ie/case-studies/the-starling-song-project/

Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre is an equal opportunities employer.

Image: Justin Grounds (violinist) and Inma Pavon (dancer) Performing ‘Last Dance’ at Clonakilty Community Hospital as part of the Arts for Health Partnership Programme. Photo by Clare Keogh