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The government has announced the biggest reform of the care and support system since 1948.

A new £7m Digital Research and Development Fund for the Arts has been launched by Arts Council England, NESTA and the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

The Audience Agency is a new national organisation with a mission to inspire arts organisations to put audiences at the heart of their work.

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week ran from 13–20 June and attracted hundreds of people to a range of events across the capital.

LAHF’s interactive project about the impact sedentary lifestyles can have on health and wellbeing is now on tour.

For the past couple of years, LAHF has been working with partners across the country to develop a national voice for arts and health.

Public voting for the semi-finals is now open, until 22 July.

The Reading Agency is working with The Society of Chief Librarians with funding from Arts Council England to pilot a national Books on Prescription scheme focusing on mild to moderate mental health problems.

The winners of the first-ever Arts & Health South West Awards were presented with cash prizes totaling £9000 at a celebratory ceremony, held at MShed, Bristol’s flagship museum, on Wednesday 27 June.

Willis Newson is working in partnership with Arts and Health South West (AHSW) to identify the training and development needs of arts and health practitioners.

The exhibition presents a series of illustrations depicting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).