Artists from Cope Foundation’s Suisha Inclusive Arts will return to the stage for the first time in more than two years next week. ‘Where’s My Art?’ runs at the Cork Arts Theatre from Tuesday, May 24th to Saturday, May 28th next. The one-hour performance reflects on the lived experiences of ...Read More
State failing to provide digital equality for students who are blind or vision impaired in education.
NCBI is calling on the Department of Education and the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science to immediately take action to ensure students who are blind or vision impaired across all levels of education no longer face barriers when accessing online information due to inaccessible websites ...Read More
Artworks created by children living with medical conditions will go on display in a series of exhibitions across Ireland this summer. Details of the exhibitions were announced today (11.05.22) by Helium Arts, a charity that works to transform the healthcare experience of young people through art and creative interventions. Three exhibitions ...Read More
More than €150,000 raised for the Mercy Hospital Kids and Teens Appeal from annual Christmas Day Swim The ‘friends of Danny Crowley’ have been deservedly selected as January’s ‘Cork International Hotel Community Spirit Award’ winners. Since 2013, the ‘friends of Danny Crowley’ have been fundraising for the Mercy Hospital Foundation ...Read More
All interested applicants must register online prior to application Information sessions to be held on 18th May & 1st June 2022 The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has announced registration is now open for a new €15 million capital fund for the upgrade and refurbishment of Community Centres. All interested applicants must register online at gov.ie/CommunityCentresFund Registration for ...Read More