LAHF news

Review of LAHF activity

LAHF is embarking on a review of its current activity as we embark on a business planning process. As part of this, we are keen to hear from newsletter subscribers to get a sense of what you think is important, what you value and what you think we should concentrate on over the years ahead.

Creativity and Wellbeing Week feedback

No sooner has this year’s week finished than we have begun planning next year’s events. We hope to announce dates for the 2014 Creativity and Wellbeing Week in the not too distant future but as we make plans, we are really keen to hear your feedback on this year’s week of events.

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week success

An estimated 15,000 people attended over 70 events in London Creativity and Wellbeing Week last week. To catch up with pictures of the Week and to find links to press coverage, check out the LAHF Twitter feed @LAHFArtsHealth

Build up to London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

The full programme for the London Creativity and Wellbeing Week is now available and next week we will be sending out a special email with details of all the events. In the meantime, visit the dedicated website to see the full listing of events and to plan those you are going to see.

Damian Hebron joins Arts Alliance Steering Group

Director of LAHF, Damian Hebron has joined the Arts Alliance Steering Group for 2013/14. Arts Alliance is the national body for promoting arts in the Criminal Justice System.

Full programme for London Creativity and Wellbeing Week out now

Some 60+ events are now listed on the Creativity and Wellbeing Week website including tours, talks and an opportunity to get involved in the work of arts and health organisations in London. Most of the events are free and offer a fantastic snapshot of the wide range of work going on bringing together the arts and health and wellbeing.

Tickets on sale for opening and closing events

Tickets have now gone on sale for the opening and closing events in the London Creativity and Wellbeing Week. The opening event, a lecture by acclaimed writer and broadcaster Bonnie Greer, will explore the impact the arts can have on health inequalities. It takes place on the evening of Monday 17 June at Tate Modern.

Deadline for events for London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2013

The deadline for events to be included in this summer’s London Creativity and Wellbeing Week is Friday 17 May 2013.

Opening and closing events announced for London Creativity and Wellbeing Week

The opening and closing events for London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2013 have now been announced. We are delighted to announce that theatre maker and cultural commentator Bonnie Greer will deliver the second annual lecture to open the week on the evening of 17 June.

A.L. Kennedy’s “On Writing” published, featuring “To Save Our Lives”

Alongside material from three years of blog posts for The Guardian are a collection of essays  and transcripts of live performances including “To Save Our Lives” the opening lecture of last year’s London Creativity and Wellbeing Week.

w: www.randomhouse.co.uk/editions/on-writing/9780224096973

Wanted – images to showcase

We are planning to refresh our website and are looking for images which show off the best of the arts in health work which London has to offer. If you would like to see your work displayed on our website then please do get in touch. All the images we display include a title / short description and contain links to the website of the organisation featured.

Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2013 open for events

This year’s London Creativity and Wellbeing Week will take place from 17–22 June and we have just opened the Week for the submission of events. Click here to enter details now! 

LAHF seeking new Board Members

London Arts in Health Forum is currently recruiting for new trustees to support the organisation as it delivers its wide-ranging programme of activity. The trustees act as a board of directors for LAHF, providing strategic direction and financial oversight for the organisation.

LAHF Annual Survey - please help!

It’s really important for us so I do hope you will take the few minutes (promise!) it takes to fill it in.

A New Age published

LAHF has just published a short paper looking at the changing state of health funding for arts activity with, by and for older people in England. Entitled A New Age, the article was commissioned by The Baring Foundation and written by Damian Hebron and Karen Taylor of LAHF.

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