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Case Studies

Check out some highlights of our work with our members, as well as some best practice examples of collaborative arts and business partnerships in Ireland.

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Accenture’s Women on Walls

An ongoing campaign to address inequality through representation of trailblazing women in portraiture in Ireland’s leading academic institutions.

A collection of commissioned portraits of five inspirational females from the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be unveiled at the virtual launch of Accenture’s Women on Walls at DCU in celebration of International Women’s Day (Monday, March 8th).In collaboration with Accenture and Business to Arts, the portraits are in recognition of the ground-breaking work of Beatrice Alice Hicks, Katherine Johnson, Dr Marie Maynard Daly and Irish duo Kay McNulty and Dame Kathleen Lonsdale. Photo: Conor McCabe
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RCSI Nursing and Midwifery Commission

A commission by RCSI to commemorate the 40th Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research and Education Conference.

Sculptor John Rainey with his sculptures of Elizabeth O'Farrell and Florence Nightingale, commissioned by RCSI's Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Faculty’s Research and Education Conference.

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