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  • Two Suitcases: the next phase

    27th June, 2013

    A new phase of Two Suitcases, Helium’s film and technology ensemble project for teens across Ireland living with chronic…

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  • Rachel Tynan – Cloudlands Artist at Work in Temple Street Children’s University Hospital

    19th January, 2013

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  • “Two Suitcases”: Mid-term film week mentors

    24th October, 2012

    The second phase of the Two Suitcases Project – in which teenagers living with chronic illnesses make their own…

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  • Creative Voices: Teenage Superhero Workshop

    30th July, 2012

    Artist Emma Eager facilitated a half-day film workshop with writer Ben Murnane for teenagers living with chronic illness at…

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  • Artist Mentoring Programme at Barretstown Camp

    30th July, 2012

    Helium has been partnering Kildare County Council Arts Office to provide training, mentoring and support to fourteen artists engaged…

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  • Two Suitcases: Short Film Screening

    29th July, 2012

    Two Suitcases is a short film based on Ben Murnane’s experiences of living with Fanconi Anaemia, a rare genetic…

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