Events archive

Neurodiversity event, Freespace Gallery – 31 January 2019

An Inclusive Arts Practice MA student has been collaborating with 8 research participants over 7 weeks to answer her research question ‘How should we interpret and curate the history of labelling people with learning difficulties (neurodiversity)?' During the event Freespace Gallery will be showcasing the artwork made collaboratively through the project.

Switching Perceptions at Bethlem Gallery – until 30 March 2019

Switching Perceptions

5 Jan - 30 Mar 2019

Bethlem Gallery

Hope n Mic, east London – 25 January 2019

This musical event features performances from artists with learning difficulties, and from Dr Sidrah Muntaha, and is being held to raise funds to support music therapy for young people with learning difficulties and autism.

Where: Kobi Nazrul Centre, Hanbury Street, London

Please see attached flyer for more details

Love and loss weekend workshop, London Bridge – 26-27 January 2019

This Moving Pieces workshop will explore creative, embodied ways of sharing and processing grief and bereavement.

What's in store for health and care? – 23 January 2019

This free online event from the King's Fund will focus on the implications of the NHS long-term plan and the priorities of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. The conversation will focus on integrated care, population health, workforce, and technology and data.

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Ministry of Loneliness, Tate Modern – 20 January 2019

'On the mend’, a collective of designers committed to improving the experiences of those in healthcare environments, is holding its first event at Tate Modern, in response to recent UK statistics relating to loneliness.

The Ministry of Loneliness

Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care, Creating a Community – 17 January 2019

The seminar will immerse participants in experiential workshops and presentations showcasing the Reminiscence Arts model delivered by Age Exchange’s experienced team. The day will enable participants to explore different approaches to working with: narrative, embodied and sense memory in dementia care, trying out activities designed for groups and as one to one.  

People Power Practice, Peterborough – 17 January 2019

Creative People and Places are hosting a one-day symposium for cultural leaders wanting to develop a more inclusive approach.

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Salutogenic Hospital Design and Urban Health International Symposium, Milan – 28-31 March 2019

The Salutogenic Hospital Design and Urban Health 2018 International Symposium will be held in Milan 28-31 March 2019 at Politecnico di Milano.

The Symposium seeks to create an open multidisciplinary platform to debate current and future trends and the challenges for hospital design and urban health.

Sign up to 64 Million Artists' January Challenge

Each day in January 64 Million Artists will send out a short creative challenge which takes 5 or 10 minutes to complete. Last year 7,500 people signed up. "This is time to do, think and share independently and as part of a growing network of creative Challengers."

House of Bread: Inside Bethlem Hospital – from 26 September 2018

In this solo show, artist-photographer Mark Neville documents the everyday life of Bethlem Royal Hospital, the oldest residential psychiatric treatment facility in the UK, during this 70th anniversary year of the NHS. Bethlem Museum of the Mind commissioned this project to explore the complex nature of mental illness, treatment and recovery. 

Creative and Credible – 10 January 2019

An introductory workshop to explore key principles and methodologies for evaluating arts for health and wellbeing programmes.