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  • Online Arts Programme: Creating ‘The World of Scribes’

    26th March, 2020

    Teen participants living with Cystic Fibrosis, on the online arts programme have proven how powerful virtual collaboration and connection…

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  • Dublin Open Studios: Connecting, creating and experimenting at IMMA

    23rd March, 2020

    Dublin Open Studios, the most recent addition to Helium’s Creative Health programme, started in October 2019 and…

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  • Exploring Identity Through Art

    23rd March, 2020

    The chill of the winter air sparked plenty of creativity and warmth inside the Limerick City Gallery…

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  • Pulling Faces and Telling Tales

    23rd March, 2020

    The wet winter weather couldn’t put a damper on Helium’s February camps in Cork. Set in the…

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  • Helium Arts is Seeking a Volunteer Coordinator (Voluntary Position)

    6th February, 2020

    Helium Arts is seeking a motivated and highly organised individual to support the volunteer programme on our…

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  • Bundle Up in Creativity at Helium’s February Midterm Arts Camps in Limerick

    6th February, 2020

    Join Helium Arts for an action-packed midterm arts camp with artist Chelsea! These free, 2-day art camps are for…

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