Workshops and seminars

A4D Sensory Storytelling Through Illustration Workshops, House of Illustration – 10 October to 28 November 2019

Work with professional illustrator Grace Holliday to explore techniques, develop skills and create powerful illustrations in this series of eight free workshops. 

Writing for Wellbeing and Self-awareness Workshops, Read Write Express - October 2019 to January 2020

Read Write Express has a new series of writing for wellbeing and self-awareness workshops at their London venues.  

Creative & Credible Introductory Workshop, Royal Society of Public Health - 15 October 2019

Are you an arts & health manager, arts practitioner, or organisation seeking to develop a wellbeing focus to your work? Then join Creative & Credible’s next workshop at RSPH on 15th October. Led by Professor Norma Daykin and Willis Newson Director Jane Willis, this one introductory workshop will explore key principles & methodologies for evaluating arts, health and wellbeing projects and programmes.

Mixed-media workshop with Beth Hopkins, Bethlam Gallery 3 August

Join Bethlam Gallery for a workshop working with found objects. Building on the themes of the current exhibition, ‘Art and Value’, you will bind, weave and transform discarded objects into artworks, using strips of fabric (curtains, sheets and clothes), wool, string, tape and wire. Please bring along your own discarded object to bind, or there will be some available.

Passages: A Windrush Celebration- 13 April

A whole day takeover event offering a range of activity from cookery sessions, to creative writing workshops, performances and film screenings, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.


Protect Yourself Against Secondary Trauma and Workplace Stress -Apr 27

One Day Seminar for Mental Health and Arts Practitioners working with Vulnerable People.

Training, Supporting Young People: workplace health and wellbeing - 7 June 2019

Equip yourself with the tools and understanding required to promote good mental health in the workplace. Designed to help you negotiate legal frameworks and highlight best practice, this new course places a specific focus on the needs of young people in your workforce.

Shape Arts, emerging artist discussion - 22 March 2019

Are emerging disabled artists having a tougher time than most? In addition to disabling barriers, cultural isolation seems to be an obstacle that, in spite of the rise of online networks, appears harder and harder to break through. 
Join  a conversation to discuss thoughts and ideas on how to produce a sustainable practice as an emerging disabled artist in this current climate. Includes presentations by bursary awardees from our Emergence project, run in partnership with a-n and Disability Arts Online. 

Singing for Lung Health Training - 16 April 2019

A professional development opportunity for vocal leaders. Join music therapist and vocal coach Phoene Cave and respiratory physiotherapist Adam Lewis for a 3 day intensive training to equip you with the skills to lead singing for lung health.

Laban Building, Creekside, London SE8 3DZ

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Dance for people living with Parkinson's symposium - 21 March 2019

This symposium aims to create a collaborative forum for reflection and forward thinking based on the ambition to give everyone who is living with Parkinson’s the chance to enjoy and engage in the creative, dynamic and aesthetic experience that dance offers. Provocations, roundtable and panel discussions, and a practice-based research workshop bring together expert contributors and leading thinkers in the field to challenge, celebrate and explore. £25/ 40 Sadler's Wells Theatre.


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