Cultures of Creative Health Publication

Gemma Colley

Cultures of Creative Health Publication

Posted in Industry and Opportunities

We call upon your expertise, existing and new research to navigate and explore the theme of creative health and encourage you to develop this as broadly as your thinking allows. We are particularly interested in submissions that engage with and/or represent creative health across West Yorkshire.

We are looking for contributions to our publication which may take one of the following formats:

  • Case studies: short 500-1000 words (with images) describing an area of good practice in creative health. This may be the work of a creative/cultural provider, or an example of an existing project that has had a positive impact on a community in West Yorkshire.
  • Position pieces: up to 3000 words (with images) engaging with an aspect of creative health. We encourage reflection on the challenges and opportunities of creative health for the West Yorkshire region, and particularly encourage pieces that may share existing research, critical reflections and/or observations about creative health in the wider contexts of the arts and humanities.
  • Knowledge and Cultural Exchange projects: up to 1500 words (with images) on projects that have engaged in some form of knowledge or cultural exchange. Exhibition showcase documentation: 500-100 words (with images) documenting exhibitions featured through Cultures of Creative Health.
  • Interviews: up to 2000 word interviews with key practitioners, people with lived experience, academics or other, who may bring new insights to bear on the value and importance of creative health.

Application deadline: Friday 17 June 2024, 5pm

Event taking place at: This is a book publication

Cost: No costs

Fee: No fee

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