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Join #CreativeNetwork – Wellbeing

Part of Creative Lives (formerly Voluntary Arts) #CreativeNetwork series of discussions and sharing events.

This event series is delivered in partnership with the Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance

Join the conversations

The growing research and policy focus on the role of arts, culture and creativity in public health and wellbeing is a positive development, building on long-standing anecdotal recognition of this potential by practitioners.

Yet this work is often complex and challenging and those working in the area, on both an amateur and professional basis, require support and connections to address the varied issues that surround this, including:

  • Self-care when working with complex needs, competing demands and limited resources  
  • Dealing with difference and conflict 
  • Forming more effective partnerships 
  • Creating nurturing environments 
  • Addressing health inequalities

#CreativeNetwork – Wellbeing offers a space for open discussion and sharing of ideas and experiences. We welcome contributions from those that join and will share resources and information through this open forum.

We aim to make these sessions accessible. Please share any requirements when you register or contact us directly.

If you have any questions prior to the event, please contact claire[at]

Find out more 

Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing – Report from the 2014 – 2017 All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing

The MARCH network – produce and share research on social, cultural and community assets and the role they play in enhancing public mental health and wellbeing

National Academy for Social Prescribing

UCL’s Culture and Health research – including the Creative Lives and CHWA supported Community COVID, and Great British Creativity Test

A Social Glue – 2021 report authored by Dr Clive Parkinson of The Manchester Institute for Arts, Health & Social Change

#CreativeNetwork – Wellbeing is a monthly conversation, providing the chance to exchange experiences, encourage peer support for practitioner and facilitator wellbeing and share good practice


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