Three day-long events for senior managers in Cultural organisations – October, November 2014, January 2015
AND is hosting three day-long events for senior managers in Cultural organisations. The events are designed to provide an opportunity for learning and the exchange of knowledge and are focused on key themes critical to cultural education in London. Each event will seek to offer:
Arts 4 Dementia is offering a programme of workshops, starting in 2015, for musicians in the early stages of dementia. Music workshops for musicians in the early stages of dementia, each with a musical partner (family, friend or professional) will start in February at the LCM.
Imperial College Healthcare Trust is running a two day event to bring together clinical staff, researchers, designers and artists to explore the potential to design solutions to challenges in medicine.
Art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon is presenting a lecture at the Hunterian Museum about artist Henry Tonks' watercolours documenting the facial injuries suffered by servicemen during the First World War.
The Cultural Commissioning Programme is running a four day training course for managers in arts organisations, museums and library services interested in engaging with cultural commissioning. Courses cost £180. For organisations trading at less than £25,000 p.a., the cost is £120.
Palliative care experts at St Joseph’s Hospice are hosting a Death Café to offer a safe environment where people can drink tea, eat cake and discuss death and dying in a supportive place.
The University of Winchester is hosting a two day course examining the tools that can be used to measure the impact of arts interventions in health settings.
Lewisham Education Arts Network is running a cross-sector event to explore the ways that the arts can help to develop wellbeing and improved mental health for children and young people.
Light-Life Ignite is a new installation by artist Lorna Carmen McNeill, part of a residency with Wac Arts in Belsize Park.
Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting a three day introduction to poetry therapy for professionals with an interest in offering writing therapies.
The details are as follows: Dates and Times 26th Jan 9th Feb 23rd Feb 9th March Classes will be scheduled to take place 10-12pm :
Nordoff Robbins is running an intensive workshop for arts therapists and arts and health professionals to develop practical skills in how to monitor and evaluate their services.
Two day-long dementia awareness training sessions are available for arts facilitators.
HEAR (the London network of equalities organisations) is hosting an event to examine the inequalities in health experienced by Londoners. It is seeking case studies from cultural organisations which can be used to demonstrate the impact of the arts on lessening health inequalities.
New singing groups designed to help improve mental health and wellbeing in West Kent and Medway are searching for members.