Publications

The Arts, Health & Ageing in America 2005-2015

A Gerontologist review of progress made over a decade in the consideration of the arts as part of care for the ageing.

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DCMS Longitudinal Report: Taking Part

Taking Part is a household survey in England which looks at participation in the cultural and sport sector. The Taking Part survey has run since 2005 and is the key evidence source for DCMS.

How Music Helps

A new book by Gary Ansdell, Director of Education for Nordoff Robbins explores the ways music can help people in their everyday lives and as a tool for music therapy.

The Farrell Review - Progress Report 01

The authors of the Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment have published the first of a series of regular progress reports on the implementation and the evolution of the review.

Understanding the value and impacts of cultural experiences

Arts Council England have published Understanding the value and impacts of cultural experiences, an international literature review conducted for them by WolfBrown.

Bringing the Arts to Life: A Guide to the Arts and Long-Term Care

This latest resource from the Global Alliance for Arts & Health, published in partnership with IDEAS Institute and The Hulda B. & Maurice L.

Medicine Health and the Arts

Medicine, Health and the Arts is a collection of specially commissioned essays designed to bring together different approaches to these complex fields.

On Music and Dementia

While the Music Lasts is a new book by Rineke Smilde, Kate Page and Peter Alheit exploring the interaction between music and dementia.

Museums, Health and Wellbeing

‘Museums, health and wellbeing’ is a new book by Helen Chatterjee and Guy Noble.

AHRC publishes Health and wellbeing, The contribution of the arts and humanities

A new publication highlighting the contribution of the arts and humanities to enhancing health and wellbeing has been produced by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

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