The Creative Health Quality Framework is a new tool that clearly articulates what “good” looks like for arts and culture initiatives that aim to support people’s health and wellbeing.
Resources tagged with wellbeing
Head of Operations and Events at Arts Marketing Association (AMA), Danielle Patrick takes us behind the scenes as we trial a 4-day week. In the first of three blogs that follow the trial, Dani looks at the reasons behind the decision, the research and consultation process and how the trial will work.
Creative burnout can happen at any time and impacts both your personal and professional life. Kerry-anne Wright, from award-winning SEO agency, Reboot, gives tips on how to recognise the signs that something is up, how to deal with the main effects and how to regain your drive and creativity.
Award-winning writer Debbie Woodliffe, Head of Content and Outreach, Affinity Agency tells us everything we need to know about Blue Monday. Includes practical ways to support your mental health year-round including tackling imposter syndrome and avoiding burn-out.
How can museums engage creatively with people with mental health problems? This report published by The Baring Foundation with the Museums Association features 16 museums who are taking the lead in this area.
Laura Mulhern, founder of Plan Make Do explores how to manage the financial peaks and troughs of a freelance creative career by creating passive income streams.
A second edition of a treasury of arts activities for older people. 52 activities, accessible and creative, for use with older people in any setting. Published by The Baring Foundation. Written by Liz Postlethwaite.
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
A range of ideas, opportunities and networks focussed on supporting the wellbeing of cultural practitioners. Curated by the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance.