Sound Minds is recruiting experienced musicians to volunteer working one to one with people living with mental health problems.
Creative and Credible is surveying arts and health practitioners to explore issues that arise in evaluating arts and health activities. To complete the survey, visit: https://uwe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/creative-and-credible-1 The survey password is: CCEsurvey1.
Project brief: The commissioned artist will be asked to create a child friendly theme throughout the paediatric emergency department (ED) at Tallaght Hospital, Dublin. This includes the following areas:
The Lumen is an annual new writing and arts journal on the mutual dialogue between medicine, the arts and the humanities based at the University of Edinburgh – it is accepting submissions for next summer’s issue themed around Trauma.
Artsadmin is recruiting a trainee to join the Unlimited team, supporting disabled artists to develop ambitious and high quality work. The programme offers a long-term learning opportunity through direct involvement in Unlimited; assisting in coordinating artists’ projects, work with venues and advisory support for disabled artists.
A new residency for dancers, choreographers, movement-artists to work with older people in partnership with CW+, the charity for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
A new residency for musicians, composers, sound-artists to work with older people in partnership with CW+, the charity for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. CW+ are interested in hearing from a range of practitioners that would like the opportunity to create work in a hospital context with older patients. Terms of residency
Poole Housing Partnership is inviting expressions of interest from art tutors/artists/art therapists to lead a Creative Arts for Dementia Group on a contract basis.
The First International Research Conference on the Arts and Dementia will take place in March 2017. A call for papers has now been issued. From 9-10 March 2017, the Royal Society of Public Health and Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting an international conference on arts and dementia.