This section includes audio/visual content including evaluation, documentation, interviews and project content.
You Tube Video
500 people from across the UK and internationally attended the launch of the new National Centre for Creative Health on 9th March.
Author: Alex Coulter
A WAHWN webinar led by Jane Willis setting out the health context in Wales and sharing examples of how the arts are addressing health priorities.
WAHWN Case Study Webinar
A 2 hour webinar introducing the new WAHWN case study template facilitated by Jane Willis, Willis Newson.
A short contemplative film to mark the soul's entry and exit from the earth plane through lunar cycles, turning inward, grief, loss, soothing, longing and belonging.
Author: Ruth Jones
Older people working with Re-Live devised a powerful performance based on their lived experiences of lockdown and Covid-19.
The SROI analysis, conducted by the Dementia Service Development Centre Wales at Bangor University, found that cARTrefu delivered a Social Return on Investment of £6.48 for every pound invested.
Author: DSDC Bangor University
During Lockdown, People Speak Up delivered an inter-generational storytelling project over zoom with pupils from Coed Cae Secondary school and Cillymaenwlyd care Home in Llanelli.
A 30 min introduction to portraiture. Commissioned by Arts Council of Wales during the lockdown of 2020 to be an online resource for all hosted initially by Hwb Education platform.
Author: Bill Taylor-Beales
WAHWN film highlighting how the arts have responded to Covid-19 and supported mental health and well-being of NHS staff and communities across Wales
Author: WAHWN, ACW
Four video presentations from the WAHWN Social Prescribing and the Role of the Arts training workshop with Jane Willis of Willis Newson, includes the wider social prescribing context in UK and Wales
Author: Sharon Harries, Curious Ostrich
1 in 4 older people in Wales say they are lonely. Live Music Now Wales found an offbeat way to tackle this problem. This short film by BBC Wales (Slate) highlights the outcomes.
Author: BBC Slate
GP, Dr Daisy Fancourt argues that doctors should be able to prescribe arts to patients they think would benefit
Author: Dr Daisy Fancourt
The cARTrefu film was created by Clare Sturges and produced by Age Cymru to promote the impact of creativity in care homes through the cARTrefu project. The film is available with Welsh subtitles.
Author: Clare Sturges
A falls prevention project
Dance to Health is run by Aesop (Arts Enterprise with a Social Purpose)
It combines evidence-based falls prevention principles with the creativity, expression and energy of dance.
Author: Prue Thimbleby
A 4 minute film created by National Dance Company Wales, commissioned by WAHWN showcasing exemplary dance for health and dance for falls prevention programmes and interventions across Wales
Author: National Dance Company Wales
Young people sharing why they dance.
Author: Avant Cymru
Teacher uses own experiences to help students express
Article on Avant's teacher Jamie Berry
Short BBC film footage about Dance for Parkinsons class in South Powys
Author: BBC Wales
Short film by Eleanor Brown
Author: Eleanor Brown
Testimonials from ABMU Health Board about the benefits and value of A Pathway to Hope capital project engagement.
Author: Heather Parnell
Hidden Talents/Doniau Cudd is an accessible music project tackling loneliness through music for people with learning disabilities, organised by Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias in North Wales.
Author: Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias. Film produced by Amcan.Cymru
A short film commissioned by WAHWN highlighting the benefits of storytelling gatherings for people affected by cancer and life limiting illnesses at The Ffwrnes Fach, Ffwrnes Theatre, Llanelli.