Helium brings joy to children and young people in Irish hospitals and healthcare settings through art, creativity and play.

  • Film screening 2014
    July 22, 2014

    Watch ‘The Forge’ – th...

    When childhood friends Brian (Ciaran Whitehead) and Tadhg (Stephen O’Driscoll) drift apart in secondary school, Brian takes his revenge through a vi...
  • Cloudlands project co-ordinator Avril Carr with artists in residence Eszter Nemethi, Emma Fisher and Rachel Tynan
    July 7, 2014

    Cloudlands Creative Exchange Days

    An important aspect of the Cloudlands project is to raise awareness of the project and its benefits among the wider hospital community. In order to fa...
  • wDSC_0998 with wings
    July 6, 2014

    The Ocean Fairy dances on Cloudlands

    In the final week of the Cloudlands project in Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Dublin, the Ocean Fairy came to life! This story was w...
  • Helium at Baby Culture Night 4
    July 4, 2014

    Launch of new Arts, Health, and Early Ye...

    Launch of New Arts, Health, and Early Years Research Partnership - Uncovering the Effect of the Performing Arts on Parent/Infant Relationships Helium...
  • The Ocean Fairy Cloudlands Dublin year 2
    July 3, 2014

    Helium Arts awarded artsandhealth.ie 201...

    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the 2014 artsandhealth.ie Documentation Bursary to produce a short film about the Cloudlands Du...

 

The Forge – the latest film made by participants on the Two Suitcases Project

Helium’s Impact in 2013

Did you know?

SpiralOrchard found that children on the Puppet Portal Project were happier and less bored as a result of taking part and that the puppetry reduced their sense of alienation in hospital.
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