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Heritage Lottery Fund: New conversations across generations

The latest in a new blog from heritage lottery fund policy advisor for Communities and Diversity, Liz Ellis, exploring HLF-supported projects involving both younger and older people.

Arts and health videos and podcasts from Australia

Material from Arts & Health: Making The Connections, in Adelaide, June 2016.

Mini-doc on arts in health in Canada

Mini-documentary on arts in health from Canada, which features a range of Arts & Health initiatives and includes interviews with champions of Arts & Health in British Columbia.

Artlink’s Investigate > Create

An online publication which shares contributions to Investigate Create - a three-year project led by Artlink that brought people with sight loss and people with hearing loss together with artists to develop innovative collaborative work that explored how their experiences can inform work which i

Life is for Living: Artistry in old age

The text of a talk given by Francois Martarasso at the Independent Creative Living Conference, Baltic, Gateshead (UK) on 28 June 2016.

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Comres poll on impact of arts and culture on older people

Comres research demonstrates impact of arts and culture on health, wellbeing and quality of life for older people aged 65 and upwards.

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Collected resources from NCVO Making Connections events

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations have have collated resources from their Making Connections events to give access to information and discussions shared on the day:

LSE festival on arts and health – video

Watch the LSE’s literary festival from 23 February 2016, focused on the arts and health – and making the economic case for arts interventions in health.

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Age of Creativity: call for evidence bank

Age of Creativity are building an online evidence bank around the impact of the arts and culture on reducing loneliness in the UK, and are looking for any research, evaluation, case studies and reports that could help with this work.


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