We are extremely grateful and excited to have received a new Arts Council grant to deliver the Support Hub, looking at practical support for artists.
If you missed our event on career pathways on Monday 21st, you can now watch again below.
We’re pleased to announce that our artist peer groups will return, virtually, in October and November.
The Support Hub is a pilot programme offering mental health support for artists with lived experience of mental health difficulties.
The Arts & Health Hub is working in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s Arts Special Interest Group (ArtSIG) to commission 3 virtual workshops. The workshops are to be delivered to psychiatrists that are members of the ArtSIG who have a particular interest in how the arts can play a vital role in our health and wellbeing.
The Arts & Health Hub has received a Covid-19 grant from the National Survivor Users Network (NSUN).
On August 17th we held our second CONNECT event, Unlearning to Draw, with artist Frank Reed. Frank’s works are an exploration of architecture and space; more specifically, how the buildings that surround us shape us and determine how we interact with each other.
Deborah is an artist whose focus is on creative art journaling and its power in recovery and healing. Her background is in graphic design and as an illustrator. Deborah runs Core Art Journaling, working with young adults to help them connect visually to their thoughts and feelings.
Frank’s works are an exploration of architecture and space; more specifically, how the buildings that surround us shape us and determine how we interact with each other.
On August 5th we held our first CONNECT event, Decoding the Personal. This in-conversation event explored the role that genetics has played in 3 artists’ practice: Chrystal Ding, Paloma Tendero and Jill Mueller.