Tagged with arts and culture

Arts Council England live online review and Annual Report

Arts Council England live online review and Annual Report

At 10am on Tuesday 25 September 2018, Arts Council England are hosting their first ever year in review live online from Broadway Cinema and Arts Centre in Nottingham. As they publish their 2017/18 annual report, they’ll look back at how they’ve supported arts and culture in the last 12 months, discuss what’s coming up in the next year and answer your questions. … Continue reading

Networking: “Social Media – what’s the point?” – a talk by Luke Emmett at Chippenham Cultural Café

The Chippenham Culture Café  will next meet on  12 September 2018 at the Cause Music and Arts Centre, the Causeway Chippenham at 2pm. This networking opportunity will include a talk at 3.30pm on “Social Media – what’s the point?” from Luke Emmett of Theatre Bath. The Culture Café is for anyone interested in the arts and cultural events in Chippenham, … Continue reading

Networking – Unlimited: The Symposium, live-stream at The Pound Corsham

Networking – Unlimited: The Symposium, live-stream at The Pound Corsham

Join us at The Pound for the live-stream of Unlimited: The Symposium from the Unicorn Theatre, London. Unlimited supports ambitious, creative projects by outstanding disabled artists and companies. The projects include theatre, dance, music, literature, performance, painting, sculpture, public artworks, photography, digital artworks, installations, films and more. The Symposium is a disabled-led, two-day discussion event aimed at both … Continue reading

Resource: Arts Council England CEO blogs about culture and health

The Chief Executive Officer of Arts Council England, Darren Henley, has used his latest blog to explore the relationship between culture and creative practice and health, emphasising the link in the wake of the Department of Health’s support for social prescribing. Read the blog here. Source: The Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance

Resource: Healthcare and the arts GP survey

A ComRes survey of over 1,000 GPs, commissioned by Aesop in February this year suggests that over 60% of GPs agree that engagement with the arts can support both the prevention of ill health, and NHS staff. 44% also agree that arts interventions could be a cost-effective contribution to primary care. More information, to read … Continue reading