Upcoming Webinar: Culture Days and Get Creative Festival
Recent findings from across the pond on personal well-being and arts participation
On May 29th, steep the tea, settle into a comfy chair, and tune in as we chat with our friends at the Get Creative Festival about their recent leading-edge research around creativity, expression, and ties to personal well-being.
We’ll host Dr. Daisy Fancourt, UCL Senior Research Fellow, and Stephen James-Yeoman from BBC Arts, who will share insights from the study and connections with the Get Creative Festival—currently underway!
We hope you’ll come out of the session thinking about how Canadian arts and culture organizations and non-profits can support encouraging individual creative exploration. Perhaps you’ll also be inspired in programming your events to align with the 2019 Culture Days theme of Creativity, the Arts, and Well-being!
In the meantime, take their research-based Feel Good Test to discover how getting creative could improve your personal well-being!
It was love at first sight between the Culture Days and Get Creative teams. Last year we hosted Stephen in Toronto for a networking session where we discussed the striking similarities between our two organizations. You can find our blog post summarizing that chat here.