Arts in Health

From Mexico, with Love

Witnessing human compassion, connection and resilience, fostered in a harsh landscape of brutal inequality, and noting the contribution and impact of research. Mexico City is a world of parallel realities – perceived in the extreme by travelling on one of the main autopistas from grand, tree-lined avenues in the cultural Read more…

By anniraw, ago
Arts in Health

International perspectives on the development of research-guided practice in community-based arts in health

  Mike White writes: Volume 3 Issue 3 of this international UNESCO e-journal is a special issue edited by Mike White and Sarah Atkinson of the Centre for Medical Humanities and Margret Meagher of Arts and Health Australia on international approaches to participatory and community-based arts in health.  The papers originate from Read more…

By anniraw, ago
Arts in Health

A Provocation Piece: Proposing a universal ‘model’ of the inner workings of participatory arts practice…

Walking the high wire – proposing a universal ‘model’ of the inner workings of participatory arts practice… Reblogged from ArtWorks October web-bulletin : http://mailer-phf.org.uk/876-1VMI9-50BIHKZ8D2/cr.aspx Posted there by Molly Courtice on October 7, 2013 at 9:42 ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings is a network, web-based community and research resource that  supports the continuing professional development Read more…

By anniraw, ago
Arts in Health

In and ‘Out of Focus’: IUAES Conference with Perspectives From 69 Nations (Conference Review)

Entering the foyer of the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester last week was an immersion into a world of multiple realities, cheek to cheek: expressed in the contrasting colours and cuts of  clothing, and the colliding cross rhythms of numerous languages.  This was the enormous and inspirational International Union of Anthropological and Read more…

By anniraw, ago
Centre for Medical Humanities