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Category: Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence

  • HELIUM ARTS 2018 HIGHLIGHTS

    27th November, 2018

    In 2018, Helium Arts brought the powers of creativity to 305 children in hospitals and community…

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  • Teenagers in hospital explore their creativity on Year 2 of the Fireflies Project

    25th August, 2017

    Teenagers in hospital transitioning to adult care have been exploring their creativity and building magical worlds on Year Two…

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  • Temple of Treasures: Teenagers in Temple Street transform the hospital into a game environment

    16th June, 2017

    An urgent communication has been received from an intergalactic voyager. You must join a team of players to decipher…

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  • Connecting with patient experience: Helium Arts workshop with UCD Nursing Students

    11th May, 2017

    In April 2017, Helium Arts delivered a workshop for Third Year Nursing Students participating in the Arts and Health Elective…

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  • Teens at Temple Street Hospital experiment with robots, graffiti art and gaming on the Fireflies Project

    19th April, 2017

    Teenagers on Helium Arts’ Fireflies project at Temple Street Children’s University Hospital are currently experimenting with robots, graffiti art, ideas…

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  • What’s inside the suitcase? Top tips from our Artist in Residence for packing art materials for the hospital

    9th April, 2017

    Everyone is always curious to know ‘what’s inside the case?!’ Siobhán Clancy, Helium’s artist in residence at Temple Street Children’s…

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