Events archive

Under the Microscope exhibition, Great Ormond St Hospital - until 19 March 2016

Under the Microscope, an exhibition by artist Sofie Layton, is now on at GOSH. The exhibition is a culmination of a yearlong GO Create! project and includes a range of multi-disciplinary work made in conversation with the cardiovascular imaging team, young people and their parents.

Early-stage dementia awareness training for arts facilitators, London – 15 March 2016

15 March 2016, 9am - 5pm

Arts 4 Dementia, St Mary the Boltons, London

A one-day training course for arts facilitators to develop greater understanding, increased skills and confidence in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing the early stages of dementia and their carers.

The Red Tent & Mothers and Daughters: two workshops, Greenwich – 12 & 19 March 2016

The Red Tent: Saturday 12 March 2016 2.30-5pm

An experiential creative workshop exploring the highs and lows of the menopause.

Mothers & Daughters - Ambivalence: Saturday 19 March 2016 2.30-5pm

For therapists and counsellors. Using story and archetype.

Balancing Acts, Camden People’s Theatre – 17 March 2016

Part of this year’s Spirit Festival, Balancing Acts explores the experiences of depression and healing through a series of sensorial portraits, using documentary interview, solo performance and audio-visual story-telling. 

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Do the arts reduce loneliness? webinar – 10 March 2016

Experts will investigate the evidence base and whether statutory or voluntary bodies understand the impact of the arts on people at risk of loneliness.

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Getting in on the Act community theatre seminar, Bristol – 18 March 2016

18th March 1.30pm - 4.30pm at the actacentre, Bristol BS3 3AY.

To book, please contact Kathryn:

Good Vibrations Gamelan sessions, Nottingham – until 19 March 2016

27 February-19 March 2016

Pondhills Community Centre, Nottingham

Fee: £6 (£5 concessions)

Woad, Weld and Madder: from plot to palette, Bethlem Gallery – until 18 March

Opening 24 February, 3 - 5pm
Exhibition continues: 25 February - 18 March 2016
Wednesday - Friday, 10am - 5pm
Gallery and museum open first and last Saturday of the month 10am - 5pm
Free entrance - all welcome

Creativity and Wellbeing Week deadline this Friday! - 11 March 2016

The deadline for including events in the Creativity and Wellbeing publicity material is this Friday 11 March.

Cooltan Arts at the Affordable Art Fair, charity private view - 9 March

Southwark-based arts charity CoolTan Arts provides support to the community with experience of mental distress and long-term conditions, through creative and skills-building workshops. Cooltan Arts is partnering with the Affordable Art Fair this March.

Dee late: Rediscovering the lost world of John Dee, London - 10 March

Thursday, 10 March 2016 18:00–22:00

Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4LE (nearest tube: Great Portland Street, Regent’s Park)

Tamalpa training workshops, Scotland & Kent - March 2016

Tamalpa Experience Workshops: Embodied Creativity & Healing

East Lothian, Scotland & Folkestone, Kent - March 2016

2-day intensive workshops designed to give participants an experiential understanding of the Tamalpa process: expressive arts practice which combines dance / movement, visual art and creative writing.

Reading for Wellbeing: Bibliotherapy for dementia, West Midlands - 11 March

An opportunity to learn principles of best practice in providing bibliotherapy sessions. 

Friday 11th March, Cradley Heath, West Midlands

For full course information, price and details on how to book please click here: Reading for Wellbeing

 

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