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ArtCare at Salisbury District Hospital - Altro digicladTM in the new Children's Unit

ArtCare at Salisbury District Hospital - Altro digicladTM in the new Children's Unit



Freelance Fundraiser - AHSW

Arts & Health South West would like to appoint a free-lance fundraiser on an initial 1 year contract for £10,000 (including VAT). Deadline: Friday 4th November, 5pm.

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Culture Secretary endorses White Paper goals

Delivering schemes that close the gap in arts engagement to reach under-represented groups will be the Government’s priority for culture.

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Creative and credible evaluation for arts, health and well-being: opportunities and challenges of co-production

This paper reports findings from a one-year UK knowledge exchange project completed in 2015. Stakeholders’ experiences of evaluation were explored in order to develop online resources to strengthen knowledge and capacity within the arts and health sector

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Executive Director - Artlift

Artlift is a Gloucestershire based charity that brings together professional artists with hundreds of people every year who are diagnosed with a range of health issues, from cancer to depression, with proven health benefits. Deadline: 9am Tuesday 7th November 2016

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MRI , mixed media

Bini Atkinson
Self employed

I work with groups and individuals , interpreting their health journey through the creation of art and craft work. My own work reflects the experience of surgery and recovery using ...

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