The theme will be Care: care for one another participants, practitioners, commissioners ; care for the environment; and caring economies. This year the conference will also host the first CHWA awards. Winners will be announced at an evening event on day one of the conference Thursday 19 March and further promoted on the CHWA websites and networks. Artists Practising Well , Nicola Naismith. Ian Solomon-Kawall discusses his work on permaculture. We are hoping to secure bursary support for free spaces, particularly for people with lived experience of the impacts of health and freelance creative practitioners in the East Midlands — watch this space. Get Directions. As a registered charity we are only able to continue to provide the information and resources found on this site if we continue to receive charitable donations and grants.
The next Culture, Health and Wellbeing international conference will be on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd June You can sign up for the newsletter to receive updates here:. During the global crisis, the arts and creativity have helped us navigate uncertainty and been agents of hope. The conference will provide a space for exploring our individual and collective experiences and articulating a vision for the future. In the face of ongoing disruption the conference will be fully digital.
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The 2020 Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance conference
The Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance offer national and international opportunities for networking, conversation and debate and showcasing excellent practice. The Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance aim is that health and wellbeing are part of the core strategies of arts organisations and museums. They will be advocating for the work at a national level through their involvement in the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing, and supporting advocacy at a regional and local level. The Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance will be a free membership organisation. They will support the practice and professional development of cultural practitioners wishing to engage with health and wellbeing and raise the profile of the work within the wider cultural community. The culture, health and wellbeing field works with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people either through ill health, poverty or personal and social circumstance. The potential to reach diverse people in this field of practice is enormous and will support all those who are interested in engaging with the work through networking, events and sharing resources. Skip to main content Skip to search. Got a spare 10 minutes to help us improve our website?
This course will help you develop and evaluate health and wellbeing outcomes in the Arts, cultural, museums and heritage sectors. Throughout the course you will be encouraged to reflect on what you have learnt and how this can be applied. This self-paced course aims to: Define health and wellbeing provision within a cultural organisation Show how this fits new thinking within the health sector Use best practices to inspire new work and ensure provision is sustainable and suitable for your organisation and community Demonstrate how evaluation can be utilised successfully to pilot and improve provision Establish how health and wellbeing can be embedded at organisational level Provide practical step-by-step advice on how to get started or re-frame existing provision Throughout the course you will be encouraged to reflect on what you have learnt and how this can be applied.