Creativity in Care Evaluation Report
Creativity in Care was commissioned by Nottinghamshire County Council. The programme explored creative and sustainable approaches to promoting well-being for older people in care, supporting their physical, social and emotional…Read more: 'Creativity in Care Evaluation Report'
Exhibition Brochure for Recovery 2013
Download the exhibition catalogue for Recovery, our sixth exhibition at the Institute of Mental Health at the University of Nottingham.Read more: 'Exhibition Brochure for Recovery 2013'
Creativity in Care Activity Toolkits
This download includes six activity sheets with practical advice and instructions for running creative activities with older people. They were put together by artist Becky Beinart. Activities include creating maps…Read more: 'Creativity in Care Activity Toolkits'
This report shares the learning from a creative project in four Nottinghamshire schools which used collaboration with artists to improve the emotional health of the whole school community.Read more: 'Art Works'
This toolkit is for activity co-ordinators and staff working with people with learning disabilities. The techniques and workshop sessions in this toolkit could be adapted to suit many diverse groups…Read more: 'Making Rhythms'
Don’t be afraid to dance
This pack, written by Jenny Edwards, is intended to be used by health professionals, activity co-ordinators and care staff and is the starting point for developing basic movement and dance…Read more: 'Don’t be afraid to dance'
The Art of Life and Movement
Written by Isabel and Rachel Jones, this report is a practical handbooks that carers, health professionals and support workers can use to develop creative activities with individuals and groups of…Read more: 'The Art of Life and Movement'
Arts on Prescription Research Report
A report into the findings of a research study on Arts on Prescription, City Arts' community based arts project designed to promote mental health.Read more: 'Arts on Prescription Research Report'
Elders Dance Project – Executive Summary
This report details the evaluation conducted by researchers of the University of Nottingham, working with the Elders Dance Project, and supported by City Arts. The report seeks to capture the…Read more: 'Elders Dance Project – Executive Summary'
City Arts goes to school
A report detailing City Arts' work making large scale, permanent public art for three Nottingham secondary schools. The art was created with young people at risk of being excluded from…Read more: 'City Arts goes to school'
Digital Creations Project Report
Report on the ‘Digital Creations’ project which offered opportunities for young women aged 14–16 from the St Ann’s area to participate in arts projects, using dance, music and digital arts.…Read more: 'Digital Creations Project Report'