Case studies from the National Alliance for Arts in Criminal Justice

These case studies focus on interesting collaborations happening between arts organisations and criminal justice organisations, exploring how they work together and the impact this has on participants and the process of rehabilitation.

Refreshed guidance on artists’ pay

a-n The Artists Information Company has published research into the context of its guidance on pay levels for freelance artists.

Be Reflective

West Midlands Arts Health and Wellbeing has produced a tool aimed at helping experienced artists to develop strategies for achieving quality in arts and health projects.

Guidelines for arts and mental health projects

Country Arts in Australia has produced a set of guidelines to help arts and mental health workers looking to delivery creative activities.

Creating Health Collaborative

A group of leading health researchers and academics have joined together to produce a new report exploring potential ways in which healthcare provision could be developed.

Applications of Drama

Birmingham’s Newman University has published a report looking at the different ways it is exploring the ways drama can be applied in health and wellbeing settings.

Supervising arts and health activity

A new article exploring the issues of supervising and governance of arts in health activity has been published.

Sustaining the Note of Hope

A report from the Music and Dementia seminar hosted by The Rayne Foundation and the National Alliance for Arts and Health has now been published. The report includes case studies and recommendations for implementing music activities with and for people with a diagnosis of dementia.

Local authority arts and health case studies

The Chief Cultural and Leisure Officers Association has posted its guide to best practice in local authority engagement in arts and health.

Neurological impacts of music

A new paper has been published reviewing the psychoneuroimmunology of music.


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