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Arts Council England has published the final evaluation report of the pilot stage of the Turning Point project.                   

'Anyone Who Has a Heart' is a light sculpture that displays your heart rate.   

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) and Create, the Irish national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts have launched artsandhealth.ie , the first national independent arts and health website in

A programme capturing life in Britain in a 24-hour period has been launched as part of the BBC's Cultural Olympiad. 'Britain In A Day'

The Silver Dreams Fund is the first programme from a new £110 million investment in older people between 2012 and 2015.

Arts Council England, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) have announced further details of the £100 million Catalyst scheme to boost private giving to the cultural sector and build lon

The online database contains in-depth information about voluntary and community sector organisations that deliver public health services in London.

Regional Voices has updated its briefing about the health transition and the implications for the voluntary and community sector (VCS), following the outcomes of the first Future Forum listening exercise.

The Department for Culture Media and Sport has released the latest update of its ongoing

Participatory arts magazine mailout has published an interview withthe Culture Minister looking into the issues around funding participatory arts..

Youth Music is making major changes to the way it funds music provision.

Eight projects that will harness digital technologies for the benefit of the arts and cultural sector have been selected to receive funding from the Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture, run by Arts Council England, the Arts and Hu

Nearly 400 leading figures in the field of public health have written an open letter to the Government outlining a range of concerns about proposed changes to the NHS and warning of the dangers of a more fragmented service.