Our work provides opportunities for health professionals, artists and members of the public to share in a dialogue about the benefits that the arts can bring to health and education. Stay up to date with our programme by signing up to our mailing list.
08.09.22 - 09.09.22
A unique opportunity for anyone interested in creative practice at the intersection of arts and health to experience the work of Clod Ensemble’s Performing Medicine team & Associate Artists. Image - detail from The Exeter Florilegium by Amy Shelton. Commissioned by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter, 2020.find out more
Performing Medicine’s Programme Manager, Carly Annable-Coop and Research Manager, Bella Eacott shared insights and exercises from our training programmes at ‘Arts Meets Health’ an event held by SmaRteN exploring the intersection between the creative arts and student mental health.find out more
Using practical exercises and drawing on skills from the Circle of Care framework, Performing Medicine’s Programme Manager, Carly Annable-Coop and Research Manager, Bella Eacott delivered an interactive workshop at the British Association of Critical Care Nurses study evening event, ‘Taking care of critical care staff’.find out more
The event brought together artists, curators, arts organisations and audiences for discussion seeking to identify and address key challenges for the South West while establishing collective survival strategies for the future in perpetually changing conditions.find out more