The report ‘Culture: Building Resilient Communities’ reflects discussions held in the Scottish Parliament during the 2016 Culture Summit. The report can be downloaded above.
24 hours until our #FoP2021 event 'Why #Culture is Key to Good #Health and Well-Being'!
Our panel will discuss how they have used the #arts to improve the lives of individuals and communities.
We hope to see you there! bit.ly/3if4kKU
New panellist alert!
We are delighted to welcome Professor Raymond MacDonald to our discussion
Raymond’s research focuses on musical communication, music health & wellbeing and music education
Find out more and register bit.ly/3if4kKUpic.twitter.com/zWPaN6y0Sq
➡️ We're back on Sunday for our second #FoP2021 event 'Why #Culture is Key to Good #Health and Well-Being'
Our panel will discuss how the #arts improve the lives of individuals and communities bit.ly/3if4kKU
Hope to see you there!
We hope you all enjoyed that as much as we did!
We would like to offer our enormous thanks to @ScotParl for including us within the Festival of Politics
And also to our panellists, Katie Mitchell, @ProfCBorland & @emmanix for providing such a rich & inspirational discussion
“Art deals with complexity, ambiguity and the existential… artists can offer some unexpected frames and unexpected insights to help people through these turbulent times” - Closing thoughts from our final panellist, Katie Mitchell
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