The event, Introducing Oxford Health Arts Partnership, will be held online on Tuesday, May 10 from 12:30 to 1:15.
Or sign up to receive a reminder of the link closer to the event.
Artscape Project Manager Tom Cox and Arts co-ordinator Angela Conlan will demonstrate just how much cultural activities like art, dance and music can enhance patient and staff wellbeing. More than eight out of 10 people say creative activities have helped them, relieving anxiety, depression and stress. And they can help lift people out of loneliness, this year’s theme for the Mental Health Awareness Week.
Age of Creativity Festival
With our event we are proud to be part of the Age of Creativity Festival which is led by Age UK Oxfordshire. Members of the Age of Creativity Network are from the age, health, care, arts, culture, academia and community sectors.
Each year throughout May, Age UK Oxfordshire showcase their members’ work and highlight important themes that arise. Members in the network work together to support Creative Ageing and support as many older people as possible to take part in creativity – as participants, audiences, volunteers and artists.
Become a member of Oxford Health
Join our Trust to become part of the community of over 10,000 members who want to support and stay informed of the mental health and community health services we provide.
Membership is free and you will have no obligations as a member – you can get involved as much or as little as you like. You will receive our monthly newsletter with details about many opportunities to get involved and, of course, invitations to our events straight to your inbox.
We are sorry you did not find this page helpful
Tell us how we can improve this page
Published: 4 May 2022