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Over the past two decades, there has been a major increase in research into the effects of the arts on health and well-being, alongside developments in practice and policy activities in different countries across the WHO European Region and further afield. This report synthesizes the global evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being, with a specific focus on the WHO European Region.
The arts community has been ahead of the game in recognising how culture can have strong benefits for mental health and wellbeing. But in healthcare, we’ve been slightly off the pace – until now.
On Friday 18 October 2019 the Ministry of Culture, Croatia will host a public forum to explore international perspectives on participatory approaches to arts and culture, in partnership with Kultura Nova Foundation and IFACCA
The Durham Commission is a joint research collaboration between Durham University and Arts Council England, convened to look at the role creativity and creative thinking should play in the education of young people.
Adults’ engagement with the arts dropped off slightly in the 2018/19 year, despite an overall trend towards higher engagement over the last decade.
Widely recognized as a national leader in arts education, New Jersey has become the first state in the nation to provide universal access to arts education for all public school students, according to the 2019 New Jersey Arts Education Annual Summary Report released today by Arts Ed NJ, a non-profit education organization. The review is based on data from the New Jersey State Department of Education for the 2017/2018 school year.