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Open to those facing serious or terminal illness, our Creative Arts for Wellbeing aim to support emotional wellbeing and aid self-esteem.

Group Sessions

Our Creative Arts for Wellbeing are small group sessions which encourage peer support. And offer a variety of creative art projects, either your own or a guided project. All basic art materials are provided.

These sessions are designed for enjoyment and relaxation. No artistic ability is required, just a willingness to ‘have a go’.

For those who wish to put their memories into words and/or images, we also offer the opportunity to work on creative ways to record memories. Through journal keeping and scrapbook making.

Art at Michael Sobell House

Weekly on Wednesday mornings 10.30 – 12.00 for 8 sessions.

Weekly on Thursday mornings 10.30 – 12.00 for 8 sessions.

Art at Lansdowne House

Weekly on Friday afternoons, 11.30 – 13.00 for 4 sessions. 

Individual Sessions

If you cannot attend one of our groups, we offer some individual sessions at Michael Sobell House, to include the following:

  • Starting a scrapbook or journal of memories.
  • Advice and guidance on writing your memory/memories.
  • Support with writing letters to people close to you.

To register your interest and for more information email wellbeing@harlingtonhospice.org

Creative Arts Workshops

As well as our group and independent Creative Arts for Wellbeing sessions we also have a range of workshops throughout the year. Like our Art of Remembering Workshop in October 2022 or our upcoming Stencilling Workshops in August 2023.

We have two Stencilling Workshops this summer at Michael Sobell House. We will be experimenting with acrylic paints, stencils and pens to produce works of art.

Wednesday 30 August, 10.30-12.30

Thursday 31 August, 10.30-12.30

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