RESOURCES AND OTHER LINKS
- National Alliance for Arts, Health and Wellbeing – An innovative and useful website, gathering important information in the Arts, health and wellbeing sectors. Here you can find an inspiring collection of case studies submitted in response to a 2016 call for examples of arts-in-health practice. The Alliance is closely linked to London Arts in Health Forum which is one of our consortium members. More information on the consortium members’ bios (including London Arts in Health Forum), here.
- Access a wide range of visual art work at Disability Arts Online, Mental Spaghetti and Outside In.
- Visit the Association of Art Therapy in Museums and Galleries here. To join their facebook group, please click here.
Click here to access information about this collaborative project between CoolTan Arts, Southwark Libraries and Southwark NHS. The aim to encourage discussion and explore Southwark, to learn new things, get fit and to have fun.
Denhale Active Recreation Centre
Disability Sport Yorkshire open up new sports and leisure opportunities for people with a disability (and other people with a social care needs). Supported by Creative Minds in South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust, the Centre provides an innovative and efficient model of not only using spaces creatively but also offering substantial support to people and making them a vital part of the Centre’s every day life. The Centre also works towards “safe place” accreditation. More information on the project here.
Click here to watch the story of Seamus and the song written about him, performed by Stroke Odysseys. An innovative way into regaining control of your life after a stroke and the beautiful narrative behind it.
Madlove-A designer’s asylum
The Expert View installation in Dalston square (2014)
Bitesize Training Autumn 2015 – An arts-in-health beginner’s training, covering everything from what arts-in-health is and writing a funding proposal to planning and delivering a funding project.
Creative Health – Arts and health community interest company; an independent group working with health and wellbeing partners to plan, commission, produce and evaluate arts and health projects. Creative Health supports West Midlands Arts Health & Wellbeing, the regional network dedicated to profiling arts and health work and represents the West Midlands at the National Alliance for Arts, Health and Wellbeing.
Creative Minds – Developing community partnerships to not only co-fund but also co-deliver projects for local people. Part of the South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust. For a full list of Creative Minds’ 150 ongoing and completed projects, click here.