E.gress explores how individuals diagnosed with dementia find new ways to adjust to a changing world.
An exhibition of artworks by Pat Mear exploring the grandeur and the minutiae of the natural world.
The Health Innovation Network (South London) has joined up with Music Mirrors to offer free training for individuals, community groups, organisations and educational establishments working with or for people with dementia within South London.
Learn Silkscreen printing, Lino printing and Mono printing and leave with at least two handmade prints to hang at home or give as gifts. Get messy and let Be Smart Choose Art, do the tidying up after. w: www.besmartchooseart.com
A seminar to showcase and celebrate the innovative work undertaken by the Centre for Arts as Wellbeing at University of Winchester, supported by dementia research undertaken at the Institute for Life Sciences, University of Southampton.
A series of new workshops offered by Cardboard Citizens. Venue: Cardboard Citizens, Whitechapel, London, E1 1EJ.
The Old Vic Theatre is hosting a mental health debate featuring Luciana Berger MP, the first-ever Shadow Minister for Mental Health, Paul Farmer CEO of Mind and Chair of the NHS’s Five Year Forward View Taskforce for Mental Health and Professor Sir Simon Wessely, President of the Royal College o
A thought-provoking seminar series over six evening sessions, focused on funeral practices and personal choices, and led by visual artist Sinead Dinneen and curator Katie Verling.
An opportunity to connect with others interested in writing for wellbeing, through workshops, talks and networking.
This weekend workshop is an opportunity to listen deeply to the body and the stories that spontaneously emerge.
Voluntary Arts Week runs from 6 to 15 May 2016. To organise, list or find an event... Read more
To celebrate Dementia Awareness Week the Victoria and Albert Museum and Dementia Action Alliance Kensington and Chelsea are running a series of practical arts based workshops and taster sessions dedicated to opening access to all.
Discover the potential of Circle Dancing when working with people with memory loss. Learn and practice the skills to provide an activity with therapeutic benefits for people with dementia. Friday 15 April, Wolverhampton; Wednesday 11 May, London
A series of events in partnership with Public Health England, Local Government Association, Royal Society for Public Health, Arts Council England.
Admission: Free Venue: The Long Gallery, Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, SE5 8AZ w: sarahcphotography.co.uk