Events archive

Ethical Dilemmas in Arts and Mental Health practice – 29 March 2021

The UK March Network and the ATTUNE Consortium are hosting an online seminar to explore ethical issues in arts and mental health projects, with international research and practice.

Student Knowledge Exchange: NHS & RCSSD Project Festival – until 26 March 2021

This celebration of the Student Knowledge Exchange project between The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust shares insights, learning, and achievements from the projects.

Create to Connect – ongoing

Create to Connect is a series of free online arts workshop from City Arts, for people aged 55+. Everyone is welcome, particularly those who are shielding at home or missing contact with others.

Arts 4 Dementia: MCI and Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training – 22 March 2021

This interactive awareness training workshop is designed to give link workers, social prescribers and community connectors insight into the challenges people face at the onset of mild cognitive impairment, and as the early stages of dementia set in.

Brighton & Hove Arts & Health Network initial meeting – 23 March 2021

Freelance independent practitioners working in the arts and/or health sector and working or living in Brighton & Hove are invited to join the first meeting of the area’s Arts & Health Network.

Tools for Workplace Inclusion webinar – 2 March 2021

Rebuilding Heritage has partnered with Disability Collaborative Network and EMBED to explore the practicalities of inclusive working. As we start to think about an end to lockdowns and a return to more normal working practices it is important that we recognise this transition point as an opportunity for change and make use of it to review and improve the way we work.

Call for contributions to the 4th Creative People and Places Conference – deadline 15 March 2021

Building on its previous theme of People Place Power, the Creative People and Places Conference will be a meeting place for everyone interested in shifting approaches in inclusive arts and cultural engagement. The conference will explore, challenge thinking and encourage critical reflection on the themes of power, collaboration, co-creation, ownership, relevance and place.

Read Write Express – Writing for Wellbeing and Self Awareness – 20 February & 20 March 2021

Read Write Express run workshops for adults who wish to explore writing as a means of improving wellbeing, gaining confidence and moving forward with life. The workshops provide a nurturing and supportive space to experience different writing and other fun, releasing and relaxing exercises to help participants stimulate their creativity and encourage self-awareness.

Music Care Conference 2021 – 16-18 March 2021

Percussionist Evelyn Glennie will be the keynote speaker at this year’s virtual Music Care Conference which will look at how innovations in care are helping to change our approach and increase success in delivering music care within various healthcare environments.

The three-day conference will involve performance, presentations and a live panel discussion.

Fundraising and impact analysis for community arts projects – 6 March 2021

Composer and interdisciplinary artist Dr Amy Mallett and singer, vocal coach and producer Nicola Wydenbach have created this short course for community artists to provide ideas, suggestions and strategies to write your own grants as well as how to evaluate your project.

3rd International Social Prescribing Network Conference – 4-5 March 2021

This is the 3rd international event for The Social Prescribing Network and is the only international conference for social prescribing in the world.  The conference will showcase a range of speakers, learning opportunities and networking.   Running over two days, the event will be held online, with every effort made to maintain opportunities for networking.

Colour in Motion, Addenbrooke’s Hospital – until 1 September 2021

British artist Ian Davenport is exhibiting a collection of prints and paintings at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.