Health and Wellbeing in Museums Programme 2017

Museums are increasingly delivering health and wellbeing programmes as part of their core offer and the impact they have can be huge on the participants. This new Health and Wellbeing in Museums Programme will look at a number of projects museums in the North West are delivering and will inform participants on how to develop their own.

Health and Wellbeing in Museums Programme Workshop 1 – Mindfulness
Tuesday 31st January 2017

Manchester Art Gallery
10:00 – 16:00
FREE

This first session as part of the programme will focus on the mindfulness work Manchester Art Gallery does as part of their public programmes. During the morning we will hear about the background to the work along with planning and research done and in the afternoon we will experience one of their mindfulness workshops with an artist.

To book a place visit the eventbrite page

Health and Wellbeing in Museums Programme Workshop 2 – Working in Hospitals
Monday 20th February 2017
Whitworth Art Gallery
11:15 – 16:00
FREE

This second session as part of the programme will focus on the the work the Whitworth Art Gallery does with the local hospital service. We will also hear from the national Paintings in Hospitals Programme about the work they to and how you can get involved. Lastly we will have the opportunity to experience one of the sessions that the Whitworth Art Gallery runs with hospital patients.

To book a place visit the eventbrite page

Health and Wellbeing in Museums Programme Workshop 3 – Dementia
Thursday 16th March 2017
Nantwich Museum
11:00 – 16:00
FREE

This final session as part of the programme will focus on the the work the Nantwich Museum does with dementia patients. During the morning we will hear about the background to the work along with planning and research done and in the afternoon we will participate in the excellent Dementia Friend training.

To book a place visit the eventbrite page

If you have any questions please contact Alex Bird – alexander.bird@manchester.ac.uk

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