The London regional forum on ageing, is hosting a workshop on the impact of the Care Act 2014 for older people and carers.
Outside In is holding five free one-to-one social media sessions to help de-mystify the function of Facebook and Twitter for artists.
Weekly classes, Saturday’s 3pm – 5pm Summer Term, Saturday 9 May – Saturday 11 July 2015 at English National Ballet, Markova House, 39 Jay Mews, London SW7 2ES Classes are £5 per person, per session, including carers, family members or guests.
Age Exchange is hosting an afternoon exploring the role of arts researchers in care settings.
Derby’s Opus Music is hosting a day of discussion and debate about the development of music in healthcare settings across the UK and beyond. The day will include presentations and discussion groups. Places cost £10. The day will be followed by a Music Sharing Day on 17 July.
Goldsmiths University is hosting a Dance Movement Psychotherapy Summer School to offer an opportunity to experience the practice of Dance Movement Psychotherapy.
People Dancing is hosting a two-day professional development opportunity for experienced dance practitioners, musicians and allied arts and health professionals interested in learning more about dance classes for people with Parkinson’s.
A four day course in Gloucestershire will explore the relationship between music and health and wellbeing. The course from 25 – 29 July at the Tonalis Music Centre, Stroud, Gloucestershire will look at rhythm, harmony and a holistic approach to care and wellbeing.
A full-day training workshop run by Arts 4 Dementia and Dementia Pathfinders for arts organisations and facilitators.
This July, ‘Miraculous Urgency' will open in Brighton; a collaboratively curated exhibition focusing on the link between art and catharsis.
An international conference seeking to advance health equality by bringing together creative and bio-medical perspectives to explore issues of food and nutrition is coming to Manchester this summer.
Bethlem Museum of the Mind has mounted a temporary exhibition, comprising photographs by artist Jane Fradgley, informed by the museum’s collection of restraining garments.
The International Centre for Research in Arts Therapies is hosting a day-long conference exploring the role of the arts and arts therapies in the care of people with dementia. The conference is in Cambridge and coincides with Anglia Ruskin University’s conference on music therapy.
Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge is mounting a conference focusing on music and music therapy with a mix of practice, research and workshops about demonstrating impact.
The Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s in Canada has issued a call for papers and presentations for a Symposium on Singing and Song.