Weaving Worlds is an art project bringing together children with multi-sensory impairment, their siblings & families: supported by the national charity Sense.
The Broad Vision project (University of Westminster) presents an art/science exhibition at GV Art that aims to explore the integrity and aesthetics of information. Artworks and artefacts include data bending, bacterial portraiture, self-illuminating sculpture and dream inducing installations.
The Tavistock Centre in Belsize Park is staging a temporary exhibition of artist Chonat Getz’s work entitled ‘a journey through time and space’ and is an exhibition of etchings and glass. Exhibitions will change every six weeks and information is available on the Trust’s website.
The Culture Health & Wellbeing conference 2013 is being organised by Arts & Health South West in collaboration with the Royal Society for Public Health on behalf of the National Alliance for Arts, Health and Wellbeing.
Following its exhibition in the hospital, You’re Not Alone: photographic observations of The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield by Shaun Bloodworth, Andy Brown and Richard Hanson, is to be shown in Sheffield city centre.
B-Scene Theatre Company is a collaboration between Blue Elephant Theatre’s Participation Department and Crossways Mental Health Day Centre which has created the production Ssshh! to give audiences a moving insight into what it feels like to live with mental health problems.
A remarkable series of drawings and paintings made by the artist during the late 1940s, illustrating surgeons at work in operating theatres in post-war Britain.
As part of the Holloway Arts Festival, Rowan Arts is organising a one-day conference for anyone who is interested in the question ‘Are the Arts for Everyone?’ The day is aimed at a wide range of artists, community activists, arts managers, producers and educators.
Next steps for mental health policy: the evolving commissioning landscape and public mental health, Westminster Health Forum – 4 June 2013
Delegates at this seminar will discuss the future of mental health policy and service delivery including the evolving roles of Public Health England, Health and Wellbeing Boards and Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Exploring how art therapy and art-making can improve wellbeing and aid recovery
Homelessness prevention and support: New challenges and approaches for service providers and local authorities – 6 June 2013
This conference will review key strategic approaches to preventing homelessness and present best practice and innovation in providing holistic support in challenging circumstances.
Music Therapy Week (MTW) is a week of campaigning which hopes to raise awareness of how music therapy can improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in communities across the UK.
Open to anyone interested in developing and supporting the creativity of children and young people especially those working in health or social care including outreach workers, primary mental health workers, youth workers, involvement workers, arts and play therapists, nurses, psychotherapists,
Leeds Metropolitan University has been commissioned by Arts Council England to coordinate a new Knowledge Exchange Network and a series of seminars exploring key issues in participation and engagement in the arts across the UK.
rb&hArts has announced a series of regular choral concerts with additional music on the wards after each public performance. Yerbury Community Choir Sunday 28 April 2pm, main foyer, Royal Brompton Hospital.