In June 2016, artists, arts workers and researchers joined their health care, community and local government colleagues, in a one-day forum at the Science Exchange in Adelaide to explore ways of working together to demonstrate the case for arts as key to healthy individuals and communities.
You can find podcasts of all sessions in the main auditorium here:Welcome to Country by Mickey O’Brien
Fenella Kernebone in conversation with Professor John Coveney, Dean of the School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders UniversityLife in Your Hands - Maz McGann, Institute for Creative Health Sector Development / Liaison Director
Learn the dance via film and more about the project here:
http://www.instituteforcreativehealth.org.au/featured-projects/hand-hygiene-dance-itFenella Kernebone in conversation with Sally Francis, Arts Coordinator, Arts and Health at FMC, Dr Christine Putland, Arts and Health Research + Evaluation Consultant, Associate Professor Jane Lawrence, Associate Head of School, Art, Architecture and Design, University of SA and Paula Gillespie-Fotheringham, Art Psychotherapist
Creativity as Clinical Practice: Arts & Health at FMC - Sally Francis (Chair), Bindi Blacher, John Blines, David Chapple
Arts in Health at FMC (Flinders Medical Centre) offers artists a unique and challenging environment for their practice. The program supports a diverse range of practitioners engaging with staff and patients in dynamic creative activity. Program artists will discuss how this experience shapes their work and evidence of the positive effects on health and wellbeing.
Ageing Creatively - Lenore de la Perrelle, Senior Manager Dementia Learning and Development Unit
How arts strategies which enable older people to be part of something inclusive, to contribute and to learn are keys to wellbeing.
ACH Group www.ach.org.au
Arts Engagement and Mental Wellbeing - Dr Christina Davies
Dr Davies will use her research into quantifying the relationship between recreational arts engagement and mental wellbeing to canvas how these results can be put to work as an advocacy and evaluation tool.
5Rhythms® with Kat Worth – a ten minute interactive session
You can find Kat here: wholebodydancemovement.wordpress.comRoom 19 Alison Howard, Community Arts & Cultural Development Producer, Country Arts SA and Country Health SA LHN Mental Health
ROOM19 is currently not available for download but if you would like further information, please contact Alison Howard at [email protected] M: 0427 007 853