Past events - 2016

15 June 2016
Charnwood Arts

MakeSpace is Charnwood Arts weekly craft based creative arts group for adults, designed to foster creativity for wellbeing.

15 June 2016, 16 June 2016, 17 June 2016
Bethlem Gallery

Due to unforeseen circumstances the planned exhibition for June had to be postponed, however, Bethlem Gallery are delighted to present Where Your Presence Resides, an exhibition of drawings by Samantha Sakya.

15 June 2016
The WordTherapy Centre

We'll take inspiration from the natural surroundings of The Kipling Gardens and Kipling's Just So stories to write our own story drawing on the animals past and present in our lives.  This is an opportunity to write abo

15 June 2016
Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

Angela Hodgson-Teall will lead a performance involving patients, staff and visitors that draws on works from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity’s art and heritage collection.

15 June 2016
Nesta

A breakfast talk and discussion which provides an opportunity to learn more about some of Nesta's work in the areas of creativity, wellbeing and impact, including initiatives such as the Arts Impact Fund and the NHS England funded Reali

15 June 2016
Creative Futures

A free drop-in session working with music, creativity and play for young children (under 5s), parents and carers of the local area. Community-led and interactive.

15 June 2016
School of Advanced Study University of London

Come and join us at Age UK Camden's Tavis House for a dementia friendly showcase of the 'Bloomsbury Festival in a Box'. Every year, the ‘Festival in a Box’ takes the Bloomsbury Festival into the homes of people living alone and with dem

15 June 2016
Claremont Project

Claremont is a community arts, therapy and wellbeing center for people aged 55 and over. Claremont is about people having opportunities to shine and live happier, healthier, more connected lives.

15 June 2016
Alison L R Davies

This session is about Storytelling as a tool to manifest positive change. It looks how stories can be used to transform the way we think and feel, tap into our creative spirit and boost self confidence.

15 June 2016
Faculty of Education - University of Cambridge

Emily Bradfield has an MSc in Cultural Events Management from De Montfort University and a BA (Hons) in Humanities with Art History from the Open University.  She works as Community Learning Manager at Cambridge Community Arts, Grants a

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