– Are you an artist, practitioner, or facilitator who wants to know more about how to focus your work for the purpose of health & wellbeing?
– Are you a community group leader or volunteer who wants to learn more about how to approach organising arts activities with a health & wellbeing focus?
– Or are you an experienced Arts in Health practitioner who would like to expand your network and knowledge?
Delivering Arts for Health & Wellbeing is a series of 3 free informal virtual workshops delivered by Tanio that will explore the qualities that make for an impactful, meaningful, and positive arts in health intervention using the creative and expressive arts.
Often as practitioners, we talk about the ‘magical’ quality of these sessions that traditional research methods struggle to capture. These 3 workshops will aim to identify these qualities and look at them through a new lens.
The sessions themselves will be really informal and have a different approach too: from key-note speeches and discussions to live craft-along activities and exercises, we hope that whatever your experience or background with Arts in Health, you will find it enjoyable, interesting, and useful.
- Wednesday 17th March 2021 (2-3.30pm): Session 1 ‘Support’
- Wednesday 24th March 2021 (2-3.30pm): Session 2 ‘Achievement’
- Wednesday 31st March 2021 (2-3.30pm): Session 3 ‘Enjoyment’
Matthew Morris (Vice Principal, GEMS Wellington Academy, Dubai)
Alice Jones (ALN Co-ordinator, Parc Prison)
Daniel Morden (Storyteller),
Dr Maria Hayes (Artist)
Jacquelyne Rothwell (Dancer)
Dan Mitchell (Comedian & Writer)
Dr Alicia Stark (Choir Leader, Tenovus Cancer Care)
To get the most out of the workshops, it’s best to attend all 3 but you’re welcome to book them individually. Each session will be closed captioned, have a Welsh interpreter and BSL interpreter. Please let us know if you have any additional needs.
To book, please click here