Opportunities in Arts in Health
Hear about a wide range of opportunties for arts and health professionals in Wales and beyond.
Location: Wales | Start Date: 18th May 2020
Summary: "How the arts are supporting the Welsh health and social care response to Covid-19" https://www.nhsconfed.org/resources/2020/05/how-the-arts-are-supporting-the-welsh-health-and-social-care-response-to-covid-19?fbclid=IwAR1QngYAb-iCuAk6Gaym9isdHPf4J1x5GqBAxXNW-4_bd_RgZRfWMdrxQbs
Location: UK | Start Date: 18th May 2020 11am - 12.30
Summary: WAHWN and other UK arts and health networks come together for a panel discussion focusing on how creative practitioners have adapted their practice during this time of constraint. Free but booking essential via Eventbrite link below. Event hosted by AHSW
Location: Wales | Start Date: May 2020
Summary: The deadline for completing the WAHWN/CHWA survey has been extended to 22nd May. Its now available in both English and Welsh. https://forms.gle/zuXmcWQDzkrGKac (English) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc7ASgcSTddF-1xL4yr1BBGSva1TaM1nkxIcaU7RTvvjRMr-Q/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1 (Welsh)
Location: Wales | Start Date: 22nd April 2010
Summary: Nesta are supporting WAHWN and other UK arts and health networks through a survey, to build a picture of the sector to ensure we are able to hone our support effectively and advocate for this important area of work, both now and beyond the pandemic. LINK TO SURVEY: https://forms.gle/zuXmcWQDzkrGKac
Location: Wales | Start Date: 16th April 2020
Summary: The Welsh NHS Confederation Briefing Paper will be published in May. It will focus on how the arts sector is adapting its work to support health and well-being during the Covid-19 crisis. Please get in touch with Angela email@example.com if you want to share something for inclusion.
Location: Swansea Bay UHB | Start Date: Deadline 5th March 2020
Summary: Swansea Bay UHB are seeking to appoint an Arts professional to develop an Arts on Referral programme for Swansea Bay Health Board. The post will be for 10 hours per week for 2 years (the contract will be renewed on an annual basis as funding is received from Arts Council Wales).
Location: Eirianfa Community Centre, Denbigh | Start Date: 19th March 2020
Summary: Free workshop for creative practitioners - sharing best practice for artists interested in learning about the cARTrefu model and delivery of workshops in care homes
Location: Aneurin Bevan University Health Board | Start Date: Now
Summary: Supported by the Arts Council of Wales capacity-building funding ABUHB are looking for an Arts and Health Project Officer to develop and support one of our creative programmes:
Location: Bangor | Start Date: February 2020
Summary: Arts in Care Settings: Embedding the cARTrefu Approach in the Social Care Sector Bangor University, School of Health Sciences Project ID: BUK2199 Annual Stipend: £11,586 Application Deadline: 25th November 2019 We are seeking a highly capable and motivated graduate for this exciting oppor
Location: University of South Wales, Newport City Campus, NP20 2BP | Start Date: Saturday 16th November 2019
Summary: We invite you to join us for an informative day of paper presentations from experienced colleagues, and poster presentations from USW students and recent graduates to explore a range of perspectives on how we work with autistic people in music therapy.
Location: Powys | Start Date: Immediate
Summary: A new PAVO Social Value Development Fund has opened. There is £128,000 available between now and the end of March 2020 and a further £175,000 available between 1st April 2020 and 31st March 2020. Organisations of any size are welcome to apply and community groups.
Location: Everywhere | Start Date: Immediate
Summary: The Baring Foundation is pleased to announce funding for a new sector support body for the creative ageing field has been awarded to a partnership led by Manchester Museums.
Location: Wales | Start Date: September 2019
Summary: The latest Welsh NHS Confederation briefing paper focusing on the benefits of dance to health with case studies from WAHWN members
Location: Wales | Start Date: 01.10.19
Summary: Gwanwyn is a month-long national festival held across Wales in May each year celebrating creativity in older age. Gwanwyn operates a Community Grant Scheme to assist organisations that wish to participate in the festival.
Location: Peak Crickhowell Powys | Start Date: 12th March 2020
Summary: WAHWN Network meeting in partnership with Artworks Cymru. An opportunity for WAHWN members to come together, share and network and hear about sector updates. Free but booking essential firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: The Atrium, University of South Wales, Cardiff | Start Date: 26th February 2020
Summary: Do you want to be able to articulate, advocate for and improve the quality of your work? If you are working in the field of arts, health and wellbeing and want to develop a clearer understanding of what ‘excellent’ means in relation to the quality of your work, this workshop is for you.
Location: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Swansea | Start Date: 30th January 2020
Summary: Led by Jane Willis, Willis Newson, this interactive workshop will look at ways in which we can better harness creativity in order to generate appropriate, relevant, rich and meaningful evaluations.
Location: Celf o Gwmpas Llandridnod Wells | Start Date: 15th January 2020
Summary: A workshop led by Jane Willis of Willis Newson focusing on how Social Prescribing and Arts on Prescription fit within wider health and care policy including NHS Wales’ A Healthier Wales: Our Plan for Health and Social Care.
Location: Tŷ Newydd, Llanystumdwy, Cricieth, Gwynedd, LL52 0LW | Start Date: 14 October 2019
Summary: This course will explore how creative writing and reading can assist the healing process. We will experience first-hand the power of personal writing and use this to explore how we can help others. https://www.tynewydd.wales/course/writing-to-heal/
Location: Ty Pawb, Wrexham | Start Date: 10th October 2019
Summary: A full day case study training event led by Jane Willis of Willis Newson, supporting colleagues to write robust and credible arts and health case studies. The training runs from 10am - 4pm at Ty Pawb, Wrexham. It is free, but limited to 20 participants.
Location: Cardiff | Start Date: to be confirmed
Summary: Research Fellow, Arts and Health, Y Lab Cardiff University School of Social Sciences is looking to recruit a Research Fellow, Arts and Health to work in the Y Lab research centre that is located within the School. Deadline 19th August.
Location: Big Pit and Bangor University | Start Date: 11th September and 2nd October
Summary: WAHWN is working with the Bangor University Social Value Hub to deliver Social Value workshops in Bangor and Torfaen. Learn how to measure the social, environment and cost value of your arts and health interventions
Location: Oriel Davies, Newtown | Start Date: July 20th 2019
Summary: Dragons for sale! Disabled-led inclusive art group Celf-Able are holding a fundraising event, with a 'secret art sale' of postcards in sealed envelopes, original artworks in a lucky squares raffle, and dragon pictures for sale. You could pick up a piece of original art for as little as £5!
Location: Cardiff | Start Date: Thursday 27 June
Summary: A great opportunity to pick up some fantastic Welsh art at bargain prices! Please come to the Kooywood Gallery in Museum Place on Thursday 27 June at 6.30 pm for a 7pm start. Free entry - and you get a free glass of fizz or arrival. Booking details at https://mihc.org.uk/event/art-auction/
Location: Cwm Taf University Health Board | Start Date: Deadline 20th June
Summary: Part time Arts and Health Coordinator role with Cwm Taf Health Board - deadline 20th June 2019 http://jobs.cwmtafuhb.wales.nhs.uk/job/UK/Merthyr_Tydfil/Abercynon/Cwm_Taf_Morgannwg_University_Health_Board/Arts_Health/Arts_Health-v1744878?_ts=1
Location: Wales | Start Date: Deadline 6th June
Summary: Call out for applications from venues to host the Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist Commission 2020. Galleries, museums and visual arts venues throughout the United Kingdom are invited to submit proposals to host the Award, worth £15,000.
Location: pan Wales | Start Date: June 2019
Summary: NESTA workshop conversations on arts and health as part of their wider arts and health programme in partnership with Arts Council of Wales and Cardiff University https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/y-lab-13007087697 and an invite to complete the NESTA arts and health survey https://app.doopol
Location: Wales | Start Date: May 2019
Summary: WAHWN has a call out for case studies in advance of Cross Party Group on Arts and Health meetings. The July meeting will focus on Dance for Health and falls prevention and September will focus on arts in care homes.
Location: Abercynon Community Centre Station Rd. Abercynon Mountain Ash CF45 4TA | Start Date: Every Wednesday 11am-12pm
Summary: This is a Singing group for people living with chronic obstructive or restrictive respiritory disease. Research is showing that singing aids a return to optimum breathing capacity for those with respiritory conditions. THIS IS NOT ABOUT BECOMING A GREAT SINGER..YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE ABLE TO SING!!
Location: Wales | Start Date: 21st May - 14th June 2019
Summary: Public Health Wales in partnership with Arts Council of Wales - 5 roadshows across Wales showcasing local and national work on arts, health and well-being
Location: Oxford | Start Date: 2nd May 2019
Summary: The Age of Creativity Headline Conference are seeking two creative professionals from different artistic specialisms to respond and reflect to discussions on the day. There is a £400 inclusive fee available.
Location: Cwmbran-Torfaen | Start Date: Immediately
Summary: To develop and coordinate the Torfaen/Caerphilly Fusion Network across both counties; ensuring outcomes for families and individuals are improved through innovative arts, cultural and heritage engagement that aligns with Welsh Governments’ tackling poverty through Building Resilient Communities.
Location: Wales | Start Date: 2nd April 2019
Summary: REGISTER YOUR ARTS PROGRAMMES FOR OLDER PEOPLE The King's College, London are working with the Baring Foundation to look at how the field of arts and older people has developed over the past decade. The results of this research will be published as a report at the end of 2019.
Location: Manchester Met University
Summary: A new job for an early career researcher to work alongside Clive Parkinson at Arts for Health and which will be critical in the development of the Manchester Institute for Arts, Health & Social Change. http://artsforhealthmmu.blogspot.com/2019/03/a-new-post-at-arts-for-health.html
Location: Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff Metropolitan University | Start Date: 27th - 28th March 2019
Summary: An essential two day training programme on how to plan and write robust case studies. Suitable for practitioners, organisations and anyone working in the field who want to understand how to create robust and credible evidence. Only 2 spaces left. Contact email@example.com for more information
Location: Baring Foundation | Start Date: Immediately
Summary: The Baring Foundation has put a call out to arts organisations that engage people with a mental health condition in creative activity. Anyone with references of relevant work should send these to firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th March.
Location: Drefach Felindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire. | Start Date: Saturday June 22nd
Summary: A creative, reflective and expressive group workshop co-facilitated by two experienced writing for wellbeing practitioners. Two parts: in Song of the Soul, Steph takes you gently over the threshold from thinking into writing; in Contained Space, Kate explores the freedom that a framework provides.
Location: Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Cwmbran | Start Date: 19th February 2019 - 11.30 - 2pm
Summary: WAHWN South Wales meeting open to all but booking is essential. Please email email@example.com. When reserving a place, please let us have any access or dietary requirements.
Location: Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham | Start Date: 08/02/2019
Summary: Would you like to get involved with an exciting new community gardening project in Wrexham town centre? Tŷ Pawb are looking to assemble a keen group of green-fingered gardeners and hobby horticulturists to cultivate a new community roof top garden!