Events archive

First sounds and beyond, London – 6 April 2017

A CPD Event for professionals working with newborn infants and within paediatrics, focusing on low-intensity music therapy services to maximize parental self-efficacy in the NICU.

Thursday 6 April, 5-7.30pm

Gleeson Lecture Theatre, Lower Ground Floor, Chelsea &

Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9NH

UCLArts & Healing Conference, Los Angeles – 30 March-2 April 2017

UCLArts and Healing’s inaugural conference, which will offer “innovative tools for multicultural community building and social-emotional well-being”. 

125+ workshops will be delivered by national experts in art, dance, drama, drumming, music, and writing, integrated with mental health practices.  

Call for papers: Unleashing health by design – deadline 21 April 2017

Unleashing health by design: Creating a culture of wellness in our cities

16-17 October 2017
Royal College of Physicians, London, UK 

Imperial Quality Improvement Sprint - 12 April 2017

Imperial College Healthcare Trust has launched a new series of Imperial Quality Improvement (iQI) Sprints to tackle problems faced by healthcare workers in their daily working lives.

Explore, Exercise, Exhale, London – 28 March-2 April 2017

CoolTan Arts is holding a walking festival entitled ‘Explore, Exercise, Exhale’ this spring, to celebrate a decade of their public walking programme ‘CoolWalks’.

CoolTan have developed a range of tours, including seven walks about historical figures who lived in South London, such as David Bowie, Mary Wollstonecraft, Charlie Chaplin, Charles Dickens and Michael Caine.

Good Health Wales: Arts for Health and Wellbeing symposium – 25 April 2017

When: Tuesday 25th April, 2017 9.30am - 4.00pm

Where: Arts Hall, Lampeter Campus, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, College Street, Lampeter SA48 7ED

Recoverism and the Arts: Driving change through collaborative research, Manchester – 25 April 2017

A free one-day event; a collaboration between the Substance Use and Addictive Behaviours Research Group (SUAB), the Arts and Health Research Group at Manchester Metropolitan University and Portraits of Recovery (PORe), which will help develop research around the vital role that the arts and culture can play in the lives of people and communities affected by or in recovery from addiction.

“So Many Beauties”, Manchester Cathedral – 6 April 2017

Thursday 6 April 2017, 19:00

Presented by Adages, the performance is a “dementia-friendly oratorio” by Holly Marland, based on work with people with dementia and their carers in the northwest.

Based on an ACE-funded project, with input from guest artists and students from the Royal Northern College of Music.

National consultation on government’s industrial strategy – from 14 March 2017

The process offers members of the Creative Industries Federation, or those considering joining, a chance to inform the Federation’s submission to the government consultation. A series of meetings will establish how the creative sector can be better supported and where policy intervention is needed, from education through to innovation, IP and investment.

Moving Pieces taster movement workshops – from 15 January 2017

Open workshops which create theatre from your own life experiences.

1-day taster workshop
When: 15 January, 10am–5pm
Where: The Classrooms, 7-13 Melior Street, SE1 3QP
Cost: £50
Apply by Saturday 14 January (places limited)

Quality improvement sprint – 12 April 2017

Imperial College Healthcare Trust has launched a new series of Imperial Quality Improvement (iQI) Sprints to tackle problems faced by healthcare workers. The events bring together designers, staff, patients and the public to collectively design health solutions.