Past events - 2015

7 June 2015
Flaming Skirt Festival

Flaming Skirt Festival is unique contemporary arts festival based in the East Midlands. It’s art on the move, transported by a double-decker bus; a day of travelling around to different small towns and villages.

7 June 2015
The Proud Archivist

Shared reading of inspiring, entertaining and informative texts to help boost mood, form connections, relax with and simply enjoy. No preparation necessary, just come along ready to read and listen.

7 June 2015
hArt (Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy)

As part of Sway Open Gardens,  hArt will be offering an opportunity to get hands on using recycled materials in the office garden, where the community can get together and enjoy creating some exciting new additions to our lovely space.

8 June 2015
London Bubble Theatre Company

 Monday 8th June, 2.30-4.30pm

Artists and Participants from London Bubble’s programme of work with older theatre makers gather to share performance and exercises.

8 June 2015, 9 June 2015, 10 June 2015, 11 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Westminster Arts

In summer 2014 people living with dementia at the Pullen Day Centre created a series of artworks including collage, textile and felting on the theme of favourite flowers in the run up to making individual mosaics for the garden.

8 June 2015
Playful Being

Being playful at any age can seriously enhance well-being and creativity. Bring more fun into your daily life and reconnect with your playful side.

8 June 2015
Breathe Arts Health Research

Take your partners and dance - the floor is open!

8 June 2015
Age Exchange

A half-day seminar presenting the RADIQL™ ground- breaking evidence-based relationship centred dementia care intervention and training models.

The day will provide:

8 June 2015
Paintings in Hospitals

Join Anne, our Regional Coordinator for the West Midlands, for this opportunity to experience a tour of the Paintings in Hospitals West Midlands collection, as part of

8 June 2015
CW+ The Art + Science of Patient Care

Chelsea and Westminster hospital is home to two artworks by the innovative artist Brian Eno.