The #CreativityandWellbeingWeek curated programme this year reflects the breadth of fantastic creative health and wellbeing work happening across England. Excited about the power of nature and creative health, the curated events reflect some of these themes, from wellbeing and the build environment, to climate and sustainability, inclusion and access to green space and social prescribing.
The theme of Get Creative Get Outdoors resonates with the strong links currently being built between nature networks and creative networks, and joined-up thinking about community assets represented in important new research investments by the Arts & Humanities Research Council. Creativity is fundamental to nature – not least human nature. We need it to thrive, but in times of social crisis we also need it to survive – to support our resilience and help us imagine new futures.
The Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance is partnering with London Arts & Health for Creativity & Wellbeing Week to deliver CWW for the fourth year in a row. View the programme here.