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Two Suitcases

  • RETREAT: Going back to nature with CanTeen Ireland

    28th January, 2020

    How can the sounds you hear in the natural environment inspire stories? This was the starting point for RETREAT,…

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  • Seizure the Day: Inspiring short film by young people with epilepsy launches at the Irish Film Institute

    14th November, 2017

    On Saturday 14 October, Seizure the Day, a short fictional film created by young people with epilepsy and inspired…

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  • Our Lives with Epilepsy: Teenagers explore their experiences on a film collaboration with Epilepsy Ireland

    30th August, 2017

    This year Helium Arts has been partnering with Epilepsy Ireland on a filmmaking project, collaborating with young people who…

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  • Planet of the Capes: Interactive film and music showcase

    12th February, 2017

    Helium Arts and CanTeen Ireland present Planet of the Capes, an interactive film and music showcase, at The Sugar…

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  • Two Suitcases Family Promenade Day at IMMA

    28th April, 2016

    Join Helium Arts for a special family promenade day at the Irish Museum of Modern Art on Saturday 25…

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