Events archive

Going Digital – 13 December 2016

An Interactive Live Web event for young people with long-term health problems designed to explore the use of new technology in improving young people’s access to healthcare.

Garment+ clothing workshop – 13 December 2016

Garment+ is a six-month project looking at how clothing can be made more user friendly for patients who have mobility problems, this event offers people the opportunity to explore prototype garments and provide feedback helping to shape new user-friendly clothing.

Remembering the past: building the future – 9 December 2016

An international workshop on reminiscence arts will take place at the University of Greenwich.

Shutter stories: prison life through the lens - 7 December 2016

The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance annual Anne Peaker lecture will ask how film and photography can change public perception about prison life.

The No Panic Book of Not Panicking - 1 December 2016

Literature organisation Apples and Snakes is staging an evening to celebrate a new publication sharing the personal experiences of people struggling with panic and anxiety with practical and creative strategies for ways of coping, along with poems and stories about attitudes towards mental health.

Keeping a creative digital wellbeing journal

Cooltan Arts is offering a five week course designed to help people boost their mood by recording the little moments each day that bring joy and help you stay well, and using these as a basis to create unique digital artworks using Adobe Photoshop.

Dancing Wellness – 2 and 3 December 2016

Sadler’s Wells and Rambert in partnership with the European Dance & Creative Wellness Foundation are mounting a two day “sharing of dance and creative wellness practice”.

Early Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Organisations - 9 December 2016

This early-stage dementia awareness session will take place at the Natural History Museum.

It costs £85 and its aim is to give arts facilitators greater understanding, increased skills and confidence in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing the early stages of dementia and their carers.

Arts, Health and Wellbeing Day Conference - 1 December 2016

The Royal Society for Public Health Special Interest Group is mounting a conference exploring the contrasts and commonalities between theoretical perspectives, research methods and professional practice in creative arts therapies, medical/health humanities and arts, health and wellbeing.