Arts and health conference 2004

Over 350 delegates and speakers attended the Arts and Health conference in Dublin Castle on 24-26 June, 2004. The conference was part of a longer-term initiative to encourage a policy-based approach to arts and health.

 
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Art is not a luxury but a necessity (, 0.03 MB) Keynote speaker notes by Semir Zeki from one of the four keynote sessions at the Arts and Health Conference, which each addressed the question 'how do the arts change the healthcare experience?' 20042
Swansongs (, 0.03 MB) Keynote speaker notes by Paul Robertson and John Zeisel from one of the four keynote sessions at the Arts and Health Conference, which each addressed the question 'how do the arts change the healthcare experience?' 20045
Soundings (, 0.05 MB) An essay, by Paul Roe, commissioned by the Arts Council for The Arts and Health Conference, Dublin Castle, Ireland, 24-26 June 2004 200416
Art and Health (, 0.04 MB) An essay, by Grant Watson, commissioned by the Arts Council for The Arts and Health Conference, Dublin Castle, Ireland, 24-26 June 2004 200415
Reflections: Arts & Health Conference, Dublin (, 0.05 MB) An essay, by Cliodhna Shaffrey, commissioned by the Arts Council for The Arts and Health Conference, Dublin Castle, Ireland, 24-26 June 2004.200416
Body Mind Centring (, 0.01 MB) Keynote speaker notes by Mark Taylor from one of the four keynote sessions at the Arts and Health Conference, which each addressed the question 'how do the arts change the healthcare experience?' 20043
A symphony in one glance (, 0.04 MB) An essay, by Cathy O'Kennedy, commissioned by the Arts Council for The Arts and Health Conference, Dublin Castle, Ireland, 24-26 June 2004 20049