Events archive

Arts in Health Research Cluster: Launch and Talks, Limerick – 30 March 2017

The launch of a newly established Arts in Health Research Cluster will take place on 30 March 2017 at The Health Hub, Rutland Street in Limerick City.

New rehabilitation therapies and virtual pain management, National Theatre – 29 March 2017

Wednesday 29 March, 6-7pm

National Theatre, Clore Learning Centre: Cottesloe Room

Playing ON at the Dragon Cafe - every Monday in March 2017

A month's exploration of theatrical craft to ask what can we learn about ourselves, our experiences, and our roles through performance.
All mental health professionals and those with lived experience welcome.

Every Monday in March at The Dragon Café, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
Crypt of St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, SE1 1JA

An inclusive museum: Planning accessible gallery interpretation and programmes, V&A – 23 and 24 March 2017

An interactive two-day course focused on the strategic approach the V&A has taken in working to make its galleries accessible to all visitors. The course will consider the legal responsibilities of a museum, as well as how to implement an equality and diversity action plan, design accessible spaces, and introduce inclusive learning programmes.

Open day for the QMUL MSc in Creative Arts and Mental Health – 22 March 2017

The MSc in Creative Arts and Mental Health is jointly run by the Centre for Psychiatry and the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University London, and offers an interdisciplinary approach to knowledge and research, with a particular emphasis on theatre and performance in the creative arts.

22 March 2017 15:30-18:30

Cost: Free

The Koestler Exhibition for the West Midlands, Birmingham – until 26 March 2017

Curated by young people from Walsall Youth Justice Service, Beyond the Door is an exhibition of artwork, writing and music from prisons, secure hospitals, and by people on community sentences in the West Midlands.

13 Jan – 26 Mar 2017
mac Birmingham

Resonate: An evening with Drake Music at the ICA – 17 March 2017

A one-off event celebrating Connect & Collaborate London, including four new commissions by disabled artists, in partnership with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Upswing, WAC Arts and Southbank Centre.

Drawing Insight, Pallant House, Chichester - until 26 March 2017

2-26 March 2017

The Studio, Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, PO19 1TJ

This exhibition is the result of the Insight Partnership 2017, a collaboration between Outside In and University of Chichester that brings together an Outside In artist and two recent graduates of the MA Fine Art programme at the University of Chichester.

The Art of Healthcare, Salford and Manchester – until 13 March 2017

A series of events and workshops open to everyone and available for free to healthcare professionals. The programme offers the opportunity to develop or refresh skills applicable to clinical practice, and to be part of a conversation about how the arts can contribute to good healthcare.

A new narrative: The impact of creative writing on people with experience of the criminal justice system - 1 March 2017

The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance’s Annual Meeting will this year look at the impact creative writing on the lives of people who have had experience of the Criminal Justice System.

Enduring Bodies: Chronic Sickness, Pain & Performance, London - 28 February 2017

Tuesday 28 February 2017 18:00-20:30
The Warehouse, 13 Theed Street, London SE1 8ST

An evening of conversation as part of by Clod Ensemble's Performing Medicine programme, in which performance artist Martin O’Brien and choreographer Laura Dannequin will discuss and share their work in relation to their own experiences of chronic sickness and pain.

Creative therapies for perinatal health symposium – 24 March 2017

The symposium will be held at the Shamineh Art Gallery and Cafe, Hampstead, NW3 1JE, on 24 March 2017, and will of interest to those from both mindfulness and/or perinatal mental health backgrounds.

Led by Dr Tamara Russell, clinical psychologist and mindfulness specialist, and supported by the King’s Cultural Institute.

Priorities for the UK creative workforce post-Brexit, London – 30 March 2017

A seminar bringing together policymakers, officials and senior representatives from across the creative industries to discuss priorities for ensuring the UK creative workforce remains globally competitive during and after the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

Beyond Words conference, Plymouth - deadline to register 7 March 2017

14 & 15 March 2017
Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA

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