Art as Research in Learning & Teaching International Conference 2016 – submissions deadline 1 June 2016
A three-day international conference aimed at researchers and lecturers in higher education and practitioner-facilitators, particularly in the fields of arts, humanities and wellbeing. 31 August–2 September University of Wolverhampton, Telford Innovation Campus, United Kingdom
Abstracts are invited from individuals or groups responding to the general theme of communicating and/or encountering pain. These may be conventional conference presentations and posters, visual arts or interactive sessions.
The second international conference is coming to Bristol UK on June 19, 20 and 21 2017.
Outside In’s fourth triennial open exhibition features work by renowned historical and contemporary artists associated with the field of outsider art alongside work from Outside In artists selected from submissions to an open call.
This experiential masterclass in Sheffield will show how music, movement and dance can help participants develop a person-centred improvisatory approach to supporting people living with dementia.
Bethlem Museum of the Mind, Beckenham is hosting an exhibition juxtaposing Thomas More’s vision of Utopia with objects which explore the concept of dystopia.
Informal taster sessions to explore whether singing can support people with asthma and COPD. 1. Guy’s Hospital (asthma) Every Thursday in May and June 2016, 10.30-11.00 in the Asthma Clinic; 11.15-12.00 in Atrium 1
LAHF is offering a short introductory course for doctors, allied health professionals and nurses interested in learning more about the potential of the arts to impact on health.
A free two-day live event and international conference at University College London this summer will bring together pain patients, healthcare professionals, academics and artists to share insights and generate new knowledge on pain and its communication. The conference aims to:
A participatory music programme for people with mental health issues
The Royal Society for Public Health is hosting a webinar focusing on Movement, Dance and the Neurodegenerative Condition.
Arts 4 Dementia is offering Full Day Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Facilitators at Putney Arts Theatre, London. The day of training costs £85 per participant.
Kentish Town Health Centre is hosting a Moodlab to give participants the opportunity to observe and record their moods and emotions in a creative way.
As part of its Art of Age programme Sadler's Wells is offering a new outreach dance project in partnership with St Luke's Community Centre.
A two-day professional development opportunity for experienced dance practitioners, musicians and allied arts and health professionals interested in learning more about dance classes for people with Parkinson’s.