In this report experts and practitioners with personal and professional experience of this field explore the challenges and barriers to access to the arts for people with mental health problems from ethnically diverse backgrounds. Published by The Baring Foundation.
Resources tagged with mental health
How can heritage and creativity support mental health? This report commissioned by the Baring Foundation and produced by the Restoration Trust showcases work from 18 heritage and arts organisations using a wealth of heritage assets, and the creativity of artists, to improve mental health and community connections.
Creative People and Places Hounslow take us through ‘Walking with the Unseen’, a project led by local people with no specialised experience of arts and cultural leadership. It shares how by working together and deliberating the issues that they identified locally, they developed an idea that tackled the huge subject of mental health in a … Read more
In recent years there’s been in increased interest in the role arts and culture can play in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Our latest research digest considers the evidence of positive impacts and identifies whether there any gaps in the current research?
A comprehensive guide by London Arts and Health designed to dispel some of the myths surrounding social prescribing in the arts and cultural sector.
A behind the scenes look at Theatre Royal Plymouth‘s Our Space project from three different perspectives. In Blog 3 Big Issue vendor, member of Project X and Our Space Steering Committee member, Clive Rowe, tells us his story.
A behind the scenes look at Theatre Royal Plymouth‘s Our Space project from three different perspectives. In Blog 2 the project X Lead Practitioner and Director Lee Hart takes us through working with participants to become more performance focussed and creating shows.
Human Story Theatre share their findings on the health impacts on audiences, and on performing a health-related play in English libraries, based on two tours of their dementia-focussed production Connie’s Colander in 2018 and 2019.
It’s time to change the conversation about mental health in the cultural sector to one of positivity and openness. Creative Freedom have developed a manifesto for mental health in conversation with people in the arts, cultural and creative sectors and have launched a simple framework for organisations that want to seize the initiative and take positive action.