About Us

Arts Team Leader
Paul Sherlock

Paul has completed a Higher Diploma in Future Education at Maynooth College NUIM. He is professional drama teacher where he teaches drama, stage techniques to adults and children across the disability and main stream sector. 

paul works also work professional production/stage manger, he has worked on many theatre productions around Ireland and Europe.  In his role in Cope Foundation Paul provides individual, group drama and technical theatre classes to adolescents and adults with intellectual disability and autism. In his current role as a Team Leader he team lead and develop inclusive arts programmes for people within Cope Foundation and the wider Community.

Paul is a member of the steering committee of the Irish Performing Arts Festival (an international festival celebrating inclusive arts) and is the production and stage manager of this festival

Manager of the arts
Eoín Nash

Eoín is a professionally qualified Musician, Music Therapist and Integrative Psychotherapist. He is a registered teacher with the Cork Education Training Board. In his role in Cope Foundation Eoín has the responsibility for Arts and Creative Arts Therapies.

He is the founding Director of the Irish Performing Arts Festival (an international festival celebrating inclusive arts) and was director of the 2012 European Song Festival. Eoín is the Chairman of the EASPD Interest Group on Arts and Culture, Member of the Cork Partnership on Arts in Education, a guest lecture in CIT, UCC and a Council member of the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists.

Eoín is involved in European partnership work particularly in the area of arts, education, disability, social justice and human rights.   

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