"The Chemist & The Poet Are Both Right”. See our new poster for VHS culture & wellbeing exhibition.
Culture Counts has submitted a poster to the Voluntary Health Scotland Annual Conference on 5 November 2018.
The Voluntary Health Scotland (VHS) Conference 2018 is titled Get The Picture: Culture, Health and Wellbeing .
VHS put out a call for posters, promoting projects in culture and wellbeing.
Voluntary Health Scotland Conference.
The Voluntary Health Scotland (VHS) Conference 2018 is titled Get The Picture: Culture, Health and Wellbeing . “This is your opportunity to join with health charities, other voluntary and community health organisations, health boards, health and social care partnerships, local authorities, culture trusts and arts organisations in a timely exploration of the relationship between culture, health and wellbeing.”
VHS put out a call for posters, promoting projects in culture and wellbeing. The Culture Counts poster has been selected for their exhibition as part of the conference.
Book tickets for the conference on the VHS website.
Our poster promotes the Culture Counts Useful Facts page. We are developing this new online communications tool to amplify data and research on the health benefits of cultural interventions. The site helps our members (arts, screen, heritage and creative industries organisations) access useful facts for advocacy activity. The Useful Facts page is here.
In researching the value of cultural works to health and wellbeing, we found a quote from Archibald Vivian Hill (CH OBE FRS). Hill, born in Bristol in 1886, is known for his work in physiological thermodynamics. And was awarded Nobel Prize for Physiology in 1922. The quote, which we feel encapsulates the Conference theme of making room for a cross sectoral exploration of culture, health and wellbeing is:
We hope the quote from Hill inspires confidence in the cross sector exploration the VHS conference will facilitate. Hill reassures us that these ideas of collaboration between culture and health practitioners are not new: the quote is taken from The Ethical Dilemma of Science, and Other Writings. (New York: Rockefeller Institute Press, 1960).
For Culture Counts, we hope it attracts more visitors to the Useful Facts site, and helps share the evidence of the benefits of culture to people’s
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