The role of arts and culture in addressing loneliness and social isolation

Tuesday, 31st March, 10.30am-3pm, Perth Museum & Art Gallery

Join us in keeping the conversation going regarding the value of arts and culture to our health and wellbeing.

Arts Culture Health and Wellbeing Scotland (formerly Arts Health Scotland) are delighted to announce a one-day event exploring the role that arts and culture can play in tackling social isolation and loneliness.

Including a series of spoken presentations, workshops and discussions led by those at the forefront of the field, this free event will explore the health and social issues concerning loneliness and isolation and set the stage for a collective, creative response through arts and culture.

Confirmed speaker:

Louise Mclean, Policy Advisor, Social Isolation & Loneliness Team, the Equality Unit, Scottish Government

More speakers and the full programme to be announced shortly.

Co-produced with Voluntary Health Scotland as part of the Keeping the Conversation Going event series.

This event is currently sold out. To join the waiting list, click here.