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December 14, 2015

Intergenerational Youth Arts Practice – Part 1

Have you ever thought about the benefits that Intergenerational work could bring to the young people in your group? The next two blogs, profile a long […]
October 14, 2015

A Skills Perspective on Arts Education II

Looking at the impact that arts education could have on the development of various skills sets  was the original idea behind the OECD’s book Art for […]
September 3, 2015

A Skills Perspective on Arts Education

We know that access to the Arts is important for Young People, but why? In this next series of blogs we have asked individuals from a […]
August 25, 2015

Why is Creativity Important and What Does it Contribute?

Following on from last week’s blog, this second reflection developed by youth workers and artists in Cork as part of the Creativity and Change programme is […]
July 30, 2015

Taking Time to Reflect

In this blog, Jessica Carson shares some of the questions she uses to reflect on her work, what motivates and inspires her, and how to decide […]
July 1, 2015

Living, Breathing, Singing Proof of the Positive Effect of Song

In this blog, Conor Heffernan tells us about being inside the Sing and Shine Project  (a health, wellbeing project developed by Aspiro which took place in […]
June 5, 2015

Sing and Shine Part II

In this blog, as the ‘Sing and Shine’ programme draws to a close, we talk to Mary Amond O’Brien about the positive impact that this project […]
May 8, 2015

Sing and Shine – A Health, Wellbeing and Music Project in the Community

Mary Amond O’Brien is a busy woman. In addition to her choir work as Artistic Director with Aspiro and Music Director with Cór na n’Óg, she […]
March 31, 2015

Why Deliver Arts Programmes for Young People? A Community Development Worker’s Perspective

Why deliver Arts Programmes for young people? For this series of blogs, we decided to ask some experienced youth workers, who are at the coal face […]
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