Alas - as the work/life balance spins hopelessly off course, this offering is modest - my apologies. I can however, point you in the direction of a Postgraduate Research & Teaching Assistant in the Arts and Health post, which looks interesting. Click HERE.
Making Connections Through Contemporary Art
“It wasn't just meeting people it was sharing an experience that was interesting. It made me connect to people again and that’s been so important to me.”
This Thursday and over the weekend, if any of you are in Derbyshire, please pop into an exhibition of artwork made by people with memory problems as part of a major national research study taking place in Derbyshire NHS services with creative sessions led by artists
from Nottingham Contemporary.
12th – 14th November 2015.
Open 10 am – 3 pm
Open evening Thursday 12th November 6pm – 9pm
(the Crooked Spire)
3 St Mary’s Gate,
Last week I shared the joint online initiative being hosted by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health, to give organisations the opportunity to share their work online with like-minded people. I’ve heard from such a lot of people who are doing brilliant things, here’s just one of many from the North West.
Cartwheel Arts is a participatory arts charity, delivering Art for a Reason. As part of our programme of work focusing on arts and mental health, we deliver training and team building days for arts, voluntary and third sector organisations in creative group work, funding arts and health projects and working to increase wellbeing through creativity. What to know more? Click HERE.