There are many activities within the arts to get involved in to help you switch off after work and for some people, the arts are a great way to help improve wellbeing.
Dip into The Arts
Housed in an 18th century townhouse, Chippenham Museum tells the fascinating story of this historic market town from its prehistoric origins to the present day. They currently offer a host of free online exhibitions for you to explore!
Pathways to Wellbeing is a museum-based community engagement programme, led by the Holburne Museum, with art at its heart. It supports people with lived experience of mental health issues, social isolation and homelessness to engage with local heritage and creative art activities, delivering measurable improvements in mental health and wellbeing.
A visit to a museum or art gallery can sometimes be an overwhelming experience. However, in this blog, The Tate details the concept of slow looking and the rewards gained from doing so.
For adults living with mental health challenges, chronic pain and / or cancer, Artlift offers a creative space through which they can move forward thanks to the experience of the artists, the relaxed atmosphere, and the personalised approach.
The Pound is a registered charity based in Corsham. Their vision is ‘connecting people through creativity’. They have now provided a variety of art online for you to experience.
In this blog, Mental Health Foundation have looked at the added value of the arts and how they can keep us happy and in good mental health.
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