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Investing in the Arts Can Improve Population Health
New research from UCL shows that investing the in the arts can improve population health https://www.creativityculturecapital.org/blog/2022/12/21/investing-in-the-arts-can-improve-population-health/ Using the arts and cultural assets can support both mental and physical health
Cardiff & Vale UHB Arts for Health & Wellbeing News
Cardiff Royal Infirmary Newsletter January 2023 - part of People, Place, Future
Creative Health Review Call for Contributions
Call out for contributors, including those who have felt the benefits of creative health, are a practitioner or academic working with creative health approaches or
involved in commissioning or integrating creative health into wider systems or policy.
Evaluation report on impact of health board arts and health coordinators
Evaluation by UK Research & Consultancy Services Ltd of the impact of the arts and health coordinator roles within health boards across Wales
New Baring Foundation report on how museums can engage with people with mental health problems
Targeted engagement by museums with people with mental health problems is relatively rare, despite a strong commitment to inclusivity and wellbeing. This new report makes the case - through a series of case studies - for more work in this area.
Cultural Cwtsh for World Mental Health Day
Wales’ national poet among artists offering virtual ‘cwtsh’ to healthcare workers in winter wellbeing push
World Mental Health Day
Wales Health Boards awarded 2nd year of funding 'Arts and Minds' to support people living with mental health conditions https://arts.wales/news-jobs-opportunities/world-mental-health-day-wales-health-boards-awarded-fresh-funding-support
Every Care Home A Creative Home Baring Foundation Report
How a systems approach involving both arts and social care sectors could make arts, culture and creativity an everyday experience in many more of England's care homes. Although England focus, much of this is applicable to Wales. The report does refer to a Wales initiative too.
Let's Create Art 2022
WAHWN is delighted to be a partner with Engage on the Let's Create Art campaign 2022, shining a light on visual arts engagement practice supporting wellbeing.
Centre for Cultural Value Collaborate Funding
Centre for Cultural Value will launch the new round of Collaborate funding in October 2022
Online Consultation for a Social Prescribing National Framework
Welsh Government are carrying out an online consultation for a national framework for social prescribing.
Now is your opportunity to have your say. Submit your comments by 20 October 2022
Live Music Now Lullaby Project Webinar
Free webinar 15th June 1 - 3.30pm
Live Music Now has developed a new engagement model for health boards who need to address perinatal mental health issues and inequalities in maternity and women’s health services.
Baring Foundation Creatively Minded The Directory
Hot off the press, the second edition of Creatively Minded - The Directory from Baring Foundation https://baringfoundation.org.uk/resource/creatively-minded-the-directory/
Institute for Welsh Affairs article by Rosie Dow, HARP Programme Manager calling for a more straight forward approach to funding for arts and health innovations projects to flourish
HARP video and resources launched
As the HARP (Health Arts Research People) programme draws to an end, check out the HARP video which highlights the HARP approach and recommendations
Family Wellbeing Day at Ffotogallery
Join us for a day full of fabulous activities for all the family on Saturday 14th May, 15 - 5pm. A free family day with lots of creative activities for all ages designed to help everyone with our wellbeing for Mental Health Awareness Week
HARP online event series
Want to know how we can generate, grow and learn from creative innovations that support people’s health and wellbeing in Wales?
Then don’t miss HARP’s online event series, running lunchtimes during Creativity and Wellbeing Week (17-20 May). More information and booking:- https://arts.wales/news-jobs-opportunities/harps-online-event-series
HARP Online Sharing Events Creativity & Wellbeing Week
Interested in arts and health? Don’t miss HARP’s online event series lunchtimes during #Creativity & #Wellbeing Week, 17-20 May. Expect inspiration, recommendations, learning & brilliant guest panellists. https://www.eventsforce.net/nesta/frontend/reg/tOtherPage.csp?pageID=30524&eventID=111
The Contextual Mothering symposium, on 18th May, brings together practitioners and researchers from across the fields of health, social care, arts, performance studies, and maternal studies and includes a performance by acclaimed Welsh poet Rufus Mufasa and a keynote presentation by Dr Rachael Owens.
Arts and Creativity for People with Severe Mental Illness
New research review commissioned by the Baring Foundation asks What is the role of arts and creativity for people with a severe mental illness? This new review assesses what we know, what we don't know and poses questions for future research. https://baringfoundation.org.uk/resource/arts-and-creativity-for-people-with-a-severe-mental-illness-a-rapid-realist-review/
MARCH Network published Improving Access to the Arts for Mental Health
MARCH Network report highlights the enablers and barriers to the arts for mental health for individuals, communities and GPs. https://assets.ctfassets.net/qh92njlzsof9/5L4IBsUQ1XteIqjD79j10h/cea557b4389b7334897d5949dd1e9f85/Improving_Access_to_the_Arts_-_MARCH_Network.pdf
ACW Arts and health Lottery Funding Re-opens
The next round of ACW A&H lottery funding opens on 16th March, with a deadline of 21st April 2022.
Call out for articles Public Health Network Cymru
Deadline 18th March for articles for PHNC on the impact of co-operatives and social enterprises on health and well-being
Social Prescribing Framework for Wales
Video recording of Nicola Evans, Welsh Government, presentation of the evolving Social Prescribing Framework for Wales on Friday 25th February 2022. https://vimeo.com/682809031
Breathe Creative Training
Creativity for Wellbeing, A Person-Centred Approach training - Experiential training for Social Prescribers, Health and Social Care workers 16th, 23rd and 30th March
Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team Cardiff & Vale UHB Annual Report
Hot off the press, Cardiff & Vale's Arts for Health & Wellbeing Team's annual report 2021. https://cardiffandvale.art/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/FInal-Report-with-Bleed.pdf
WAHWN Network Meeting Social Prescribing Framework
Nicola Evans, Head of Healthy Communities and Health Inequalities will share an update on the evolving Social Prescribing Framework on Friday 25th February 10am - 11.30am
Call out for articles for Public Health Network Cymru bulletin
Creating healthy places and spaces - For the February e-bulletin they would welcome articles on national, regional or local initiatives which focus on changes to built and natural environments and the impact on health and well-being. Deadline 18th February
Launch of Maternal Performance: Feminist Relations
You are invited to the launch of the new co-authored book Maternal Performance: Feminist Relations by Emily Underwood-Lee and Lena Simic on Tuesday 15th Feb 7 – 8.30pm.
Launch of Maternal Performance: Feminist Relations
You are invited to the launch of the new co-authored book Maternal Performance: Feminist Relations by Emily Underwood-Lee and Lena Simic on Tuesday 15th Feb 7 – 8.30pm.
Celebration of cARTrefu Phase 3
To celebrate the third phase of the cARTrefu project coming to an end in March 2022 Age Cymru will be holding an online celebration on Wednesday 16 February.
Just One Thing
BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds podcast series “Just One Thing” being made by the BBC Science Unit. It focuses on simple things we can all do for our health and wellbeing.https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09by3yy
WAHWN Network Meeting 17th January 2022
Booking now open for WAHWN Network Meeting on Monday 17th January 2022. We will be joined by Nicola Evans, Head of Healthy Communities & Health Inequalities, Welsh Government who will share an update on the evolving social prescribing framework for Wales
WAHWN Network Meeting 17th January 2021
SAVE THE DATE - WAHWN Network meeting on Monday 17th January 11.30am - 1pm. Nicola Evans, Head of Health Inequalities and Healthy Communities
Welsh Government who will provide an update on the evolving national framework for social prescribing in Wales.
Dance for Parkinsons Face to Face Classes Resume
National Dance Company Wales are delighted to announce they have resumed their face to face, alongside digital, Dance for Parkinsons classes across Wales
Swansea Research Adolescent Mental Health Be Seen
Karen Ingham has been working in collaboration with Prof Ann John Swansea University for the past two years on It's the only project of it's kind funded in Wales by this innovative partnership between the Medical Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and the Social and Economic Research Council. It is one of 9 UK projects funded by this pathfinder scheme with a grant of £100,000. It will inform the Welsh Government and Westminster and is part of multi-million pound youth, mental health, and data platform that Swansea is pioneering.
November HARP Journal
Welcome to the HARP Journal https://ylab.wales/harp_nov21
Funding for Young Peoples Mental Health
The Prudence Trust is a grant-making charity, established in 2020, investing in the advancement of young people’s mental health services and research in the UK.
Celf a’r meddwl | Arts and minds - a new programme for the arts and mental health
Baring Foundation and Arts Council of Wales announce Celf a’r meddwl | Arts and minds - a new programme for the arts and mental health
Health, Arts, Research, People ('HARP') - Showcase and Spotlight event 5 Oct
Showcase and Spotlight event on 5th October bought 13 HARP partnerships together to inspire and learn from each other about challenges and successes as they reach their mid way point in their HARP projects.
Arts and Health Coordinators for Hywel Dda UHB take up new roles
With ACW capacity support funding, Kathryn Lambert and Dr Catherine Jenkins have been appointed as Arts and Health Coordinators for Hywel Dda UHB.
Welsh NHS Confederation Wellbeing for Wales Lectures
The Welsh NHS Confederation held its first Wellbeing for Wales Lecture series last month with over 300 delegates attending.
New Pathways Messages of Hope
Stories of resilience from those with lived experience of rape and sexual violence. A creative research and development project aimed at encouraging people who have experienced sexual violence and abuse to seek help. https://www.newpathways-messagesofhope.com/
Welsh NHS Confederation Virtual Wellbeing for Wales Lecturers
27th-30th September - a series of lecturers. You can expect to hear from a wide range of leaders from across the UK. With eight sessions over a four-day period, considering different aspects of health and wellbeing, we hope to inspire, connect and provide space for you to reflect as we explore what needs to be done to enable us to collectively rebuild and transform health and care services for the people of Wales now and in the future. https://www.nhsconfed.org/WellbeingforWales
New MA Arts and Health Wrexham Glyndwr University
Limited spaces available still for the new MA Arts and Health course at Glyndwr University. https://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/en/Postgraduatecourses/MAArtsinHealth/
Rosie Dow welcomes the Baring Foundation new report
Rosie Dow, Programme Manager for HARP (Health Arts Research People) reflects on the Baring Foundation's new report focusing on arts innovations in Wales https://ylab.wales/new-report-highlights-innovative-work-arts-and-health-wales
Centre for Cultural Value announce new funding for collaborations between cultural sector and academics. Grants of up to £20k
Hot off the press - Baring Foundation Creatively Minded and the NHS Report
A new report called Creatively Minded and the NHS which highlights NHS Mental Health Trusts which offer participatory arts to patients and includes examples from across the UK including Cardiff & Vale and Swansea Health Boards https://baringfoundation.org.uk/resource/creatively-minded-and-the-nhs/
ACW Arts & Health Lottery Round 2
Arts & Health Lottery funding round 2 opens on 15th September and closes 29th September. Ensure you are registered with the ACW Grants Portal (which can take up to 5 days to register) https://portal.arts/wales/
New Director at Mind Cymru
Sue O’Leary has become the new Director of Mind Cymru, taking over from outgoing Director Sara Moseley. She's a strong advocate for early intervention.
Call Out for Responses Priorities for Senedd
Welsh Parliament Culture Communications Welsh Language Sport and International Relations Committee call out for responses for priorities. WAHWN has submitted a call out for arts and health focus. https://wahwn.cymru/knowledge-bank/wahwn-response-to-senedd-call-out
Wellbeing & Advocacy Project for 50 plus
Ethnic Minorities and Youth Support Team (EYST Wales) are pleased to announce our new project to support vulnerable people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds who are over aged 50 in Newport.
Tu ôl i'r Glust
Work in development - a first opportunity to hear about the medical and scientific research that is part of a brand new commission by Catrin Finch, with music based on this research, incorporating rhythm, tone and breath in a special way. In challenging and difficult times - Catrin is at the start of the journey of creating a musical project with the aim of healing the nation. #llesiant https://eisteddfod.wales/amgen-2021-encore-mawrth-catrin-finch?_ga=2.151315454.652356709.1628683891-1815268712.1628071420
July edition of HARP Journal Hot Off the Press!
July's edition of HARP Journal, with a focus on Pathways https://ylab.wales/harpjournaljuly2021
ACW Awards 9 arts and health partnerships £300k
9 partnership projects receive £300k funding from new ACW Arts and Health Fund https://arts.wales/news-jobs-opportunities/arts-council-wales-awards-ps300000-9-projects-new-arts-and-health-fund?utm_source=mailing-list&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newyddion_wythnosol_cymraeg&utm_content=title&mc_cid=a107f3f910&mc_eid=8152d392e4
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru announce year of activity
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru – in collaboration with Literature Wales, Adra (Tai/Housing) and the lead artist Iola Ynyr – are delighted to announce a year of activity for people affected by addictionthrough the project Ar y Dibyn supported by HARP (Health Arts Research People)
SENSATIONS Re-Live's Company of Elders New Show
A Life Story performance about the ageing body by Re-Live's Company of Elders 15th, 16th and 17th July
New Arts and Health MA Programme at Wrecsam Glyndwr North Wales
Wrecsam Glyndŵr University are launching a new MA dedicated to ‘Arts in Health’ in autumn 2021, part of a suite of MA programmes on offer through their FAST Faculty of Art, Science and Technology (available part-time as well as full-time).
HARP programmes now in delivery stage - read on for an update on pan Wales Seed and Nourish programmes https://ylab.wales/HARPjournalJune21
How the national arts collection in Wales is supporting NHS staff wellbeing
Article by Stephanie Roberts, Senior Curator, Historic Art, National Museum Wales on how the national arts collection is supporting NHS staff well-being.
Forget-Me-Not Chorus celebrates 10 years!
Join Forget-me-Not Chorus via Zoom on June 18 2021, 18:30, when BBC Cardiff Singer of the World patron, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will introduce the premiere of a newly commissioned short film that combines photography, rehearsal footage and animation with our exciting tenth anniversary commission ‘With Joy My Soul Sings’.
UCL Covid Social Study Results at Week 56
The COVID-19 Social Study is a research study run by University College London, exploring the effects of the virus and social distancing measures on adults in the UK during the outbreak of COVID-19. https://www.covidsocialstudy.org/
Cardiff & Vale UHB Annual Report 2020 Hot off the Press
The Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team are pleased to share their Annual Report for 2020.
ACW Arts & Health Lottery Guidelines
ACW Arts & Health Lottery funding opens on 6th May, with a 19th May deadline. Guidelines are now available on the website https://arts.wales/arts-health-and-wellbeing
Call to Senedd Welsh Parliament Candidates for an arts policy for mental health
WAHWN encourages you to use and adapt the template letter to send to your candidates in the upcoming Senedd/Welsh Parliament elections calling for an arts policy for mental health
Bridging the Divide Webinar Video Now Available
Bridging the Divide webinar recording is now available. Led by Jane Willis, the event set out the health context in Wales and highlighted the health priorities. Guest contributors were Nesta Lloyd-Jones, Welsh NHS Confederation; Sarah Goodey GARTH; Prue Thimbleby, Swansea Bay UHB and Sarah Lord, Age Cymru shared their knowledge and expertise.
HARP announces the 10 Nourish Projects
Today HARP announces the 10 projects involved in the Nourish programme which will work on scaling and sustaining arts and health activity in Wales. https://ylab.wales/announcing-harp-nourish-projects
A Call for action on health inequalities
More than 30 organisations from across health, housing and social care in Wales come together to call for action on health inequalities. Royal College of Physicians (RCP) Cymru Wales has written today (22 February 2021) on behalf of the Welsh NHS Confederation health and social care policy forum to the first minister to call for a cross-government strategy for tackling wider health inequalities in Wales.
ACW Arts and Health Lottery Funding
ACW will open the new Arts and Health Lottery funding round on 7th April with a deadline of 28th April. Small and large grants available for arts and health collaborative projects and programmes.
Baring Foundation New Fund Creatively Minded and Ethnically Diverse
Funding for Projects which find ways to attract participatory artists from ethnically diverse communities into this area of work and to support them. Examples might include shadowing, internships or apprenticeships, or mentoring or free training opportunities or undertake activity to offer creative opportunities to members of specific ethnically diverse communities who have mental health problems.
or a combination of these approaches. Grants of between £10,000 and £40,000 are available.
Deadline: 12pm midday on Wednesday 21 April.
Video of WAHWN Case Study Webinar
2 hour video of WAHWN case study webinar introducing the new case study template
Launch National Centre for Creative Health
The National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH) will launch with an online event at 2pm on 9th March 2021. At the online launch of the National Centre for Creative Health, Chair of Trustees, Lord Howarth of Newport, and guest speaker, Lord Victor Adebowale, Chair of the NHS Confederation, will reflect on how the arts, culture and creativity can support people and organisations in the context of the pandemic and increasing health inequalities. Nesta Lloyd-Jones, Welsh NHS Confederation will be representing Wales.
Creatively Minded and Ethnically Diverse new Baring Foundation Report
A new report compiled by the Baring Foundation - How can access to creative opportunities for people with mental health problems from ethnically diverse backgrounds be improved? Expert reflections and good practice examples from people with personal and professional experience of this field.
Baring Foundation New Fund for Creativity Mental Health & People from Ethnically Diverse Backgrounds
Baring Foundation opens new fund for creativity, mental health and people from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
Artists Practising Well Award Call out for Nominations
Artists, museum/heritage practitioners who have felt well supported by an organisation, employer, commissioner - please make a nomination. Deadline 12th February
WAHWN Webinars and Workshops February and March 2020
Series of upcoming Zoom WAHWN webinars and workshops aimed at building capacity in the sector. Booking essential.
Arts Health & Wellbeing, Wales and Japan
Are you working in Arts and Health and Wellbeing? Connections or an interest in working with Japan? Wales Arts International are working with Bangor University to collect information to help them shape future Arts and Health partnerships and programmes, and they'd love to hear from you.
A new Life Story performance directed by Karin Diamond, Re-Live featuring nine older people sharing their lived experiences of Covid-19 and life in lockdown.
Secret Country will be live on Zoom on December 16th, 17th and 18th from
1PM-2PM (GMT). You can find more info and book tickets here: http://www.re-live.org.uk/secretcountry
Public Health Wales Report on Digital Exclusion and Health Inequalities
The report explores digital exclusion and the impact in terms of health inequalities, as well as suggesting approaches for closing the gap.
Insight into Health Inequalities Professor Kamila Hawthorne
Interesting article from Mountain Ash based GP Professor Kamila hawthorne about possible causes for health inequalities within BAME communities
Call out for submissions to the 2nd Treasury of Arts for Older People
Call out to arts organisations and or artists to submit ideas for inclusion in the second Treasury of Arts for Older People, supported by the Baring Foundation and the Rayne Foundation
The Arts During the Pandemic : Debate in Chamber
Jane Bryant MS short debate in Chamber on Wednesday 18th November : The arts during the pandemic with reference to many WAHWN member organisations delivering fantastic work
The Health Foundation launches new fund
The Health Foundation has launched a new £1.72m funding programme for local partnerships to use economic development strategies to improve health and reduce health inequalities.
BME Skills Innovation Resilience and Sustainability Seminar
BME Skills Innovation Resilience and Sustainability Seminar 25th November 10am - 3pm.
ACW and Welsh NHS Confederation renew MOU
The Welsh NHS Confederation and the Arts Council of Wales renew their Memorandum of Understanding.
Call out for Expressions of Interest - HARP Health Arts Research People
Deadline of 23rd November for EOIs for the HARP programme https://ylab.wales/programmes/health-arts-research-people
A collaborative approach to developing skills and capacity in the sector
ACW announce £450k Arts and Health funding
The Arts Council of Wales will be making available £450,000 of National Lottery funding over the next five months to enable more people across Wales to experience the health and wellbeing benefits of taking part in the arts.
COVID-19 and BAME Communities - the Welsh Government response webinar
Public Health Wales Network Cymru webinar event.
This session will describe the work of the First Minister’s Advisory Group on health inequalities due to COVID-19 in Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities and the Welsh Government response.
The webinar will be delivered by Dr Heather Payne, Senior Medical Officer, Maternal and Child Health, Welsh Government and will include a Question and Answer segment.
Eluned Morgan, MS New Minister for Mental Health & Wellbeing
Tackling the pandemic's mental health crisis: The minister in charge givesher first interview on The New Normal with Adrian Masters
Rubicon wins A&B Cymru Award 2020
Rubicon and Cardiff & Vale Health Charity wins the A&B Cymru Award for Arts, Business & Health 2020 https://www.rubicondance.co.uk/News/ab-cymru-awards
Welsh NHS Confederation - How the Arts Can Tackle Health Inequalities
Latest Welsh NHS Confederation briefing paper - How the Arts Can Tackle health Inequalities
Down to Earth - Digital Consultation - use of outdoor space at Llandough Hospital
Digital consultation on the use of a beautiful outdoor space at University Hospital Llandough to explore how it can be used for rehabilitation, health care and nature.
Eluned Morgan - New Minister for Mental Health
Fantastic news for our sector - Eluned Morgan appointed as new Welsh Minister for Mental Health, with responsibility for mental health, autism and dementia.
HARP - final report and film
Innovating and arts during the pandemic - a programme led by Nesta Y Lab - HARP (Health, Arts, Research, People)
WAHWN Networking Events
WAHWN networking event as part of the Green Ribbon Arts Festival (mental health & arts) Friday 30th October and Friday 6th November, 10am - 11.30
Green Ribbon Arts Festival website now live
The Green Ribbon Arts Festival website is now live. Check it out for updates on upcoming events during the festival which runs from 26th October - 7th November
BBC News covers lockdown arts and health project Future Selves
Tonight on BBC hear about the Future Selves programme - a Nesta HARP project with Aneurin Bevan UHB helped to tackle loneliness through virtual reality
HARP Sprint Challenge Sharing Event
The HARP COVID-19 Sprint Event: What we did and what we learned
Join us online on 30th September 2020 to learn more about the work of the HARP Sprint and hear from the teams who designed arts and health activities that could be delivered during lockdown. https://ylab.wales/harp-covid-19-sprint-event-what-we-did-and-what-we-learned
Call out for projects addressing health inequalities
Deadline - mid September. I am gathering evidence and examples of projects/interventions focused on health inequalities for the next Welsh NHS Confederation briefing paper and Cross Party Group on Arts and Health.
ACW Covid-19 Recovery Support Fund Opens Today
ACW Covid-19 Recovery Support and Capital support funds opens on 17th August. Deadline 9th September.
Note the reference to Arts & Health activities referenced in the social contract
Y Lab Surveys
You are invited to join Y Lab (Nesta) online surveys!
Y Lab is launching two surveys for professionals and participants on Arts & Health in Wales during the Covid-19 pandemic in order to address challenges and improve access to online delivery
£53m funding for the arts and culture in Wales
Welsh Government will invest £53m into arts and culture
Foyle Foundation Funding Rounds open
Foyle Foundation opens its fund. No deadlines
Work from Wales featured in CHWA report
Great to see work from Wales featured in Culture Health & Well-being Alliance's latest report which was discussed at the APPG meeting on 16th July
Welsh NHS Confederation Briefing Paper July 2020
Latest briefing paper from Welsh NHS Confederation - How the arts continue to support health and wellbeing during Covid-19
Aviva Community Fund for building community resilience
Aviva Community Fund deadline 28th July
The Baring Foundation launches arts and mental health fund
Deadline of 18th August for new Baring Foundation arts and mental health fund, as part of their ten-year commitment in this field
UK Government announces £1.57 billion for the arts sector
The UK government announces a £1.57 billion lifeline of funding for arts, heritage and cultural institutions
ACW Widening Participation Tender
ACW have put out a tender for someone to develop stakeholder conversations focusing on widening participation and cultural, creative engagement.
Cardiff & Vale UHB Arts and Health Charity Report
The Arts in Health and Well-being team, part of Cardiff and Vale University Health Charity have been supporting patients and staff during these unprecedented times both with physical well-being and self-care tips and with mental health and mindfulness activities.
Nathan Wyburn Thank You NHS collage
Cardiff & Vale UHB Health Charity Patron, Nathan Wyburn will be featured on BBC One Wales, The Great Indoors on Thursday 11 June at 7:30pm discussing his Thank you artwork at University Hospital Llandough. The Great Indoors is a magazine show which reflects and celebrates the local heroes of the entire Welsh nation.
War Artist Captures Life on the NHS Frontline
BBC Wales news feature on 9th June about artist Dan Peterson who was commissioned by Cardiff & Vale arts and health charity to capture portraits from life on the NHS frontline
Nick Capaldi, ACW meets Culture Welsh Language & Communications Committee
Nick Capaldi, Welsh NHS Confederation and Liam Evans-Ford, Theatre Clwyd met with the Welsh Government CWLCC in June to discuss the impact and challenges on the arts due to Covid-19.
WAHWN during COVID-19
Find out how COVID-19 is affecting WAHWN's service