Surviving or Thriving? Workshop 5: Music

Workshop 5: Music
Nurturing the Creative Mindset: Time & tools to support resilience and forward thinking

facilitated by Grainne Hope, musician, Director of Kids Classics and Atlantic Fellow Global Brain Health Institute at TCD.

Tuesday 30 March, 10.30am (online)

From Waterford Healing Arts Trust in partnership with the Arts Council.
Part of an online series of panel discussions, workshops and resources seeking to strengthen resilience, restore confidence and promote connectedness across the arts sector.

Our sincere appreciation to our associate organisations Music Network and Minding Creative Minds for their support and guidance in curating this Music strand together.

This workshop will encourage deeper thinking to cultivate and re-ignite forward thinking for artists in these uncertain times.  Coaching tools and mindset training techniques will be shared to help unlock potential in a self-directed learning process. Through peer exchange, artists will be supported to identify the key values underpinning their practice, which will help them to move forward, create and innovate.

Adm free, but booking essential.  See below.

About Grainne Hope

Professional cellist Gráinne Hope is the founder, Artistic Director and lead trainer with Kids Classics, Ireland’s leading music in healthcare organisationFollowing graduate studies in the US, Gráinne qualified as a trainer of musicians in healthcare through an EU programme partnership with Music Network (Ireland), led by Musique et Santé, France.  She went on to set up Kids Classics to provide training and mentoring to professional musicians and healthcare professionals.  Through this work, Gráinne designs and manages music programmes in healthcare settings nationally in partnership with the National Concert Hall and County Council Arts Offices.  Grainne was awarded a Clore Cultural Leadership Fellowship (Wellcome Trust award) in 2018/2019 and is currently an Atlantic Fellow at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) at TCD.

Booking details:
Adm is free to this workshop, but places are limited, so booking is essential.
To book a place, please email what@hse.ie with your name, contact tel and one sentence about yourself or why you’re interested in this workshop.  This will assist Grainne to prepare for the session.

If you’re interested in attending more than one Surviving or Thriving? workshop, please indicate your order of preference in your email.  Depending on demand, it may be necessary to limit places to one workshop per person.