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Proposals invited for NOAH 2021 Conference – deadline 15 June 2021

NOAH is welcoming international submissions for presentations and interactive creative activities for the fifth annual national conference, The Art of Resilience. Created for artists, arts administrators, healthcare professionals, designers, educators, students and anyone with an interest in arts in health, the NOAH conference is designed to provide opportunities for participants to exchange ideas, gain applicable knowledge, build connections and energize developments for the future of the field.

Exploring the impact of digital storytelling for health, MRes Scholarship – deadline 20 June 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to study digital storytelling for health which could lead to entirely new approaches in patient experience and healthcare practice and policy. The project will be based in the Faculties of Creative Industries and Life Sciences and Education at the University of South Wales. It is a funded MbyRes, including a generous stipend and tuition fees, with well-resourced circumstances for a successful scholarship.

Free WriteWell places for key workers until the end of March

WriteWell is a pioneering initiative which combines the positive impact of writing on mental health with the support and motivating power of an online learning community.

Launched in February 2021, WriteWell offers creative and therapeutic writing projects, courses and resources including taster activities and live workshops. The materials have been created by experts in the field of therapeutic writing.

Become a key partner of the British Museum – deadline 22 March 2021

The British Museum is seeking three organisations to become key partners to support its Where we are… programme. Fully supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the programme will run till 2025 and aims to engage young people who are under-served in the museum sector. The Key Partners will shape the development and delivery of local arts and cultural projects and will be critical to the recruitment of young people into the programme.

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Call for contributions to the 4th Creative People and Places Conference – deadline 15 March 2021

Building on its previous theme of People Place Power, the Creative People and Places Conference will be a meeting place for everyone interested in shifting approaches in inclusive arts and cultural engagement. The conference will explore, challenge thinking and encourage critical reflection on the themes of power, collaboration, co-creation, ownership, relevance and place.

Digital Storytelling for the Health – deadline 22 February 2021

Storytelling for Health are looking for up to 30 practitioners and thinkers to join them for two days of conversation in Swansea in June to further improve the UK health service through the development of digital storytelling.

The event aims to bring key practitioners together, present sessions which stimulate new insights and thinking, provide time for conversations on and off stage, and create film resources to continue building the community of practitioners online following the gathering.

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Call for contributions to Treasury of Arts Activities for Older People – deadline 22 December 2020

Small Things Creative Projects are working with The Baring Foundation and The Rayne Foundation to produce a second treasury of arts activities for older people and are inviting people to submit an exercise or activity to be considered for inclusion.  Building on the success of the first treasury, this new publication will be a practical guide for anybody who supports older people professionally or as a volunteer who would like to explore the ways that they can take a creative approach and u

Call for papers, International Journal of Community Music – deadline 29 May 2021

The International Journal of Community Music (IJCM) is calling for contributions for a special issue exploring the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the community music sector. Contributions are welcomed from individual community musicians and community music therapists offering considered reflections on their practice in response to the COVID-19 challenge; contributions from community music organisations on how the pandemic has affected them and their future plans, and researchers who have explored the wider implications of the COVID-19 crisis for the field.

Call for project manager for commemorative artwork commission, North Bristol NHS Trust and Fresh Arts – deadline 12 October 2020

Opportunity for an experienced project manager to oversee a design competition to commission an artist(s) to deliver a commemorative artwork for North Bristol NHS Trust.

Deadline of 12th October for interviews on 19th October 2020.

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Creative Facilitation project seeks participants

Arts, health and wellbeing facilitators working in London, South West England, or Yorkshire and the Humber are invited to participate in a research study looking at how creative facilitators navigate potential benefits and challenges of delivering arts, health and wellbeing activities, including during the practice changes resulting from the Covid-19 outbreak.

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