Our manifesto is just as much about education as it is health; the arts as it is science, communities as it is the individual. Well-being is central to our vision. The arts are central to fulfilling our fundamental human rights.
- this is not a quick fix
- this is not about benign lumps of municipal sculpture
- this is not about reducing the arts to a cost-effective prescription
- this is about well-being
- this is about democracy
- this is about human flourishing
- this is about new ways of understanding impact and value
- this is about solidarity
Click on the image above to access full-colour, black and white and podcast versions. I'll be collating all comments and thoughts over the new-year.
NETWORKING EVENINGS at MMU
Please keep your eye on the blog for updates on three very special networking events over winter/spring 2012:
- Stroke and the Arts
- Dementia and Imagination
- Fourth Culture
Elaine McNeill from Liverpool John Moores University is undertaking a study that network members may want to contribute to.
The purpose of the study
The Two Wheeled Key to Better Health and a Better World
Thanks again to Cheryl G for another excellent info-graphic. Click on the graphic to go to the full document.