What Next? And the BBC is organising a series of events to help organisations find out more about the Get Creative campaign and Get Creative Day.
London School of Economics is hosting a seminar looking at how engagement with the arts can increase wellbeing, with individual talks from science journalist Vivienne Parry and health economist David McDaid.
The first national conference of the National Alliance for Museums, Health and Wellbeing will take place at The Whitworth in Manchester.
The National Alliance for Arts in Criminal Justice will be holding its 2016 Annual Meeting on Thursday 3rd March from 2pm in central London.
Cardboard Citizens is presenting a new play by Sarah Woods exploring the science of what happens to young people’s brains as they grow.
Letting in the Light is a new art exhibition designed to challenge thinking about mental health which will illuminate the streets of Stratford, East London from Monday 25 January to Wednesday 23 March 2016.
This two day workshop will give participants the opportunity to gain an experiential understanding of the Tamalpa Life /Art Process®, an expressive arts practice combining dance, visual art and creative writing to access the innate wisdom of the body and the transformative power
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.
A series of new workshops offered by Cardboard Citizens. Venue: Cardboard Citizens, Whitechapel, London, E1 1EJ.
A participatory music programme for people with mental health issues