‘The Inner Self: Drawings from the Subconscious’ is a group show of the work of seven Outside In artists all living within Greater London and working on the theme of the subconscious.
The Arts Alliance is hosting a free collaborative event with officials from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) on 24 September at the Southbank Centre.
A week-long, residential course designed to explore the different ways writing can be used with and by patients, clients and service users and in health, educational or community settings.
Artist Jayne Wilton has created a new body of work exploring breath and breathing, working with a composer, clinical research physiotherapist and three respiratory groups at Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals.
Wiltshire Council’s Public Health and Arts Development services are mounting a conference to explore the contribution that cultural activities play within the health and well-being agenda.
Green Candle Dance Company is about to embark on the second year of Remember to Dance a research project for people living with dementia, in partnership with East London NHS Foundation Trust and Alzheimer’s Society, Tower Hamlets.
Marking World Mental Health Day, Brighton will play host to a programme of events and activities, raising awareness and understanding of mental health and wellbeing in society. An open space event, speakers and performances will look at a range of aspects of debate in mental health.
Nordoff Robbins is running a hands-on workshop for evaluating Arts Therapies and Arts & Health practices.
From 16 September to 11 October, GV Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition centred on a study of the condition of schizophrenia, which weaves together art, science, psychiatry and individual histories.
Curated by Susan Aldworth, Reassembling the Self is an exhibition centred on a study of the condition of schizophrenia, which weaves together art, science, psychiatry and individual histories in an exploration of self, perception and the fragility of human identity.
Join arts and mental health charity CoolTan Arts on a fun guided walk through London's history, as they use creativity and humour to celebrate World Mental Health Day, challenge stigma and raise much needed funds.
To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Hunterian Museum is staging the exhibition War, Art and Surgery from 14 October 2014 - 14 February 2015.
The Dragon Café has re-opened with a month-long theme of Sanctuary.
Voice Collective, a charity which supports children and young people who hear, see and sense things that other people don’t, is running a creative writing workshop for young people who hear voices.