Opportunities in Arts in Health

Webinar Shining a Light on Creative Practices in the time of Covid-19

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

Content:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/shining-a-light-on-creative-practices-in-the-time-of-covid-19-tickets-104647762274?fbclid=IwAR01LK6B6NmLVUQGbGHuk4MKVWUIDuWE87pJD8_tXE-DeXsVoMf0isY6_AE Shining a Light on Creative Practices in the time of Covid-19 Join us for a webinar discussion on how creative practices are responding and adapting across the UK This webinar will be hosted by the following speakers: Jenny Elliott, Chief Executive, Arts Care, Northern Ireland Victoria Hume, Director, Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance (England) Robbie McGhee, Chair, Arts Culture Health and Wellbeing Scotland Angela Rogers, Coordinator, Wales Arts Health & Wellbeing Network Each speaker will be joined by an artist or health professional from their country (or both): Megan Clark-Bagnall, Visual Artist and Social Maker Sarah Goodey, Freelance Artist and Arts Coordinator at Gwent Arts in Health Geraldine Hamilton, Arts & Health Commissioning Officer at the Health and Social Care Board, Northern Ireland (tbc) Nesta Lloyd-Jones, Assistant Director at the Welsh NHS Confederation Beth McComish, Arts Care Artist-in-Residence at the Belfast Trust Claire Stevens, Chief Executive of Voluntary Health Scotland Lord Howarth of Newport, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing and President of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance, will respond to the discussions. The webinar will be chaired by Alex Coulter, Director of Arts & Health South West, and Chris Fremantle, Producer, Researcher, Writer and Artist, Scotland. The webinar will be hosted on Zoom and will last for 1.5 hours. It is free to attend, but will be limited to 450 attendees, so please register to receive the information for accessing the webinar. You will need to have downloaded the most recent version of Zoom to view the webinar.

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