Call for Arts Places to apply to HARP Seed Health Challenges

16 December

Applications are now open for arts places, including artists, to join health places in Wales to tackle some of their biggest challenges. 

We have worked with health organisations to identify four challenges that matter to them at the moment. 

Each health place is now looking for artists and arts organisations to work with to generate and develop new creative ideas to help them meet their challenges.

Who are the health organisations, and what are their challenges for HARP Seed?

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  • Health Education and Improvement Wales: Telling the story of Black healthcare workers during the pandemic 
  • Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board: bringing creativity to the hospital ‘recharge’ spaces for staff 
  • New Pathways: building the resilience of rape and sexual abuse survivors across Wales 
  • Denbighshire County Council: Supporting front-line care staff across Denbighshire county to manage the stresses of the Covid-19 pandemic

The closing date for arts places to apply is 11am on 18th January 2020 (extended from 11th January)

The HARP Seed  programme is focused on research and development for new arts and health activities in Wales that can support people and create valuable learning for the sector. The HARP programme is a partnership between Arts Council of Wales and Y Lab, with support from Nesta's People Powered Results team and Wales Arts, Health and Wellbeing Network (WAHWN). 


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