Posts tagged arts and health
'How can we all say come with me, and mean it?' Reflections on Strike A Light's Arts and Mental Health day

Recent graduate and participant on Create Gloucestershire's Creative Careers ProgrammeTasha O'Dowd attended Strike A Light's recent Arts and Mental Health Day. Here she blogs about her experience of and reflections on the programme, and what could change if we started saying 'come with me.'

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Cultural Commissioning Grants: deadline midnight 20 Sept + updated FAQ

Important information for anyone submitting an application to the Clinical Commissioning Group's small-scale grant programme:

  • The deadline for applications is MIDNIGHT on Sunday 20th September.
  • The FAQ's have been updated to include responses to the questions the team has been receiving throughout the process.
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Final bookings: Advice & Networking event on Friday 4 September, 11am - 1pm

Just to remind you that the deadline for the Cultural Commissioning Grant Programme will be closing for applications on 20 September. 

If you are thinking of applying, or have already made an expression of interest, we recommend you come along to the Pre-application Advice and Networking event. It will be an opportunity to get further information about the programme, and to meet other people interested in bidding. There are a limited number of places still available.

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Gloucestershire Cultural Commissioning Project - Survey for Arts & Culture Practitioners & Organisations

As you may know, in 2014 the Gloucestershire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group, along with partners CREATE Gloucestershire, Gloucester City Council, Tewkesbury Borough Council and Forest of Dean District Council were chosen to be one of two pilot sites in England within the Arts Council funded Cultural Commissioning Programme - for more information about the Cultural Commissioning Programme, please click here.  

We are now calling on all Gloucestershire Arts & Culture Practitioners/ Organisations, who currently deliver any of their practice with the aim of supporting people to improve their health and wellbeing to share their experiences.  This includes social inclusion and inclusive education practice.

The link below will take you to a brief online survey which we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete.

Arts & culture practitioner survey

 

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