Events

AHSW Creativity and Wellbeing Week Events

16/05/22 to 18/05/22
11.00am - 4.30pm
Creativity Health and Wellbeing Week Front Cover ofProgramme

Join us for our Creativity and Wellbeing Week Events

 

Developing a collaborative agenda for professional development in creative health

Monday 16 May, 11am – 12.30pm, by donation

We will introduce the Creative Health Learning Alliance and the context for learning and professional development. We will touch on issues of role definition, frameworks for good practice, learning formats, and how to create a workforce that is responsive to diverse audiences and needs.

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Co-creating training for arts, health and wellbeing practitioners: Using cross-sector partnerships to develop knowledge and skills. 

Wednesday 18 May, 3 – 4:30pm, by donation

This participatory learning event will explore how arts, health and wellbeing practitioners and organisations can work with community partners to share skills and develop collaborative training opportunities. As part of the interactive workshop, you will:

  • Hear experiences and lessons from two organisations that have developed programmes
  • Reflect on your own experience and potential opportunities related to collaborative learning
  • Share ideas, experience and questions with peers

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Creativity and Wellbeing Week

Creativity and Wellbeing Week (16 – 22 May) is an open festival encouraging anyone who wants to host an event focused on culture, arts and wellbeing to join the programme. Events can take any art form and can be held in clinical settings, cultural buildings or in the community – as long as they  involve either accessing or participating in cultural activities that improve health or wellbeing.

Visit the Creativity and Wellbeing Week website >> 

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