Upcoming events

Cultural Heritage for Mental Health 2 International conference, Belgium – 10-11 December 2020

Following on from the first edition in 2018, this international conference plans to bring together individuals from the public, academic and voluntary sectors to promote learning, discussion and debate around cultural interventions with the aim of improving the wellbeing and health of people rec

Don’t Stop Us Now! – 13 December 2020

The Magpie Dance team and devoted dancers will be holding an online performance to celebrate 35 years of Magpie Dance.

December Artist Peer Group – 14 December 2020

The Arts & Health Hub is a community of artists and cultural producers interested in or working in the field of arts and health. It runs free monthly peer groups to discuss and further individual's artistic practice.

The many faces of dementia – 4 January 2021

Gain a unique insight into dementia through the stories, symptoms and science behind four less common diagnoses. Explore key issues in dementia care and research through the eyes of people affected by four less common conditions.

Stories from the body – from 20 January 2021

The arts in health theatre collective, Moving Pieces, is running an eight-week evening physical theatre course – presenting the opportunity to explore personal stories and the holistic benefits of connecting to the body, movement and improvisation.

Dementia and the arts: sharing practice, developing understanding and enhancing lives – from 1 February 2021

Explore, challenge and shape your perceptions of dementias through science and the creative arts. Creating a society that supports and includes those living with a dementia is a major challenge – and opportunity.

Bridging the gap between Arts and Play for Health and Wellbeing in Research, Policy and Practice – 15-19 February 2021

This conference aims to address the gap between the arts and play and health and wellbeing fields, encouraging shared learning and asking critical questions that will support a move forward in arts and play with new-found insight.