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Creative Health Quality Framework – Policymakers, Commissioners, Funders

R Hollis

The Creative Health Quality Framework will be launched between 20 September and 19 October 2023 through a series of online events and one face-to-face workshop at the CHWA conference. Join this autumn to launch the Creative Health Quality Framework with this series of free workshops. These are for anyone interested in learning more about or using the Framework and this one is designed …

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Support Hub Q&A Session

R Hollis

From 2023 – 2026 Arts & Health Hub will be running a project called the Support Hub which is a range of support programmes for artists exploring health and wellbeing in their practice. This includes: Peer to peer support for artists with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Professional development groups. Clinical supervision for artists working in challenging environments. One-to-one …

Creative Access

Senior Diversity in the Creative Economy

R Hollis

Sign up for the next free Creative Access webinar to hear how leaders in the creative economy are taking progressive and innovative approaches to tackle the barriers faced by talent from groups traditionally under-represented at senior levels in the sector. The panel from independent TV production company, Nutopia and Bloomsbury Publishing will be sharing inspiration, advice and insight on how you …

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10 Years of Creative Minds

R Hollis

Celebrating 10 years of developing creative partnerships, improving wellbeing and transforming healthcare Creative Minds is a Charity hosted by South West Yorkshire NHS Foundation Trust, working with community partners to develop and deliver creative activities to support mental health and wellbeing. Join this exciting day-long event organised in partnership with the University of Huddersfield to celebrate and reflect on 10 …

Culture Health Wellbeing Alliance

Making Change: Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance National Conference

R Hollis

Gather for a three day conference in Barnsley for conversations, creativity and community. Making Change, the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance National Conference is coming to Barnsley, South Yorkshire and will take place in different buildings across the town centre. Digital tickets will also be available to access the four main panels throughout the conference. Who is it for? It is for people …

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Collaborations in Creative Health

R Hollis

Health and Wellbeing is a key theme under-pinning our work and we are creating spaces for conversations around cultural collaborations on health inequalities, community wellbeing, mental health, social prescribing and related themes and concerns. We are exploring how, where and why these initiatives are emerging, how they are being supported, what their impacts are and the role that policy, funding …

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Burn Bright Don’t Burn Out

R Hollis

Bradford Producing Hub present Burn Bright don’t Burn Out with Creative Coach, Consultant and Educator, Auriel Majumdar. We’re in 2023, what the heck has happened over the past few years? It’s time to stop, look around, pause, and think about how to move forward – with balance taking the forefront in our artistic practice. Establishing and maintaining a healthy work-life …

Creative Health Conversations in Wakefield

Creative Health Conversations in Wakefield – Castleford

R Hollis

Come and join a collaborative action inquiry into how local creative provision can respond to health inequalities in Wakefield. This workshop will provide a space to share existing examples of best practice, testimonials, stories and things that have already been made e.g., films, artworks, and then to think critically about how we might work better together to respond to health …