• Floral Watercolours Soften Health Spaces at St Vincent’s Health Network

    In response to a request from staff to ameliorate sterile environments, a series of flora and fauna watercolour paintings, transferred to decal, have been installed in patient facing areas across St Vincent’s Health Network Sydney (SVHS).

  • Andy Jackson awarded the Health Transformations Lab’s inaugural Fellowship

    Andy Jackson is an acclaimed poet and essayist. His work centres around concepts of difference and embodiment. He draws particular focus on his experience living with the genetic disorder, Marfan Syndrome. He is the winner of the 2022 ‘Writing the Future of Health’ fellowship and will work with the Health Transformation Lab over the next six months.

  • Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

    Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

  • Floral Watercolours Soften Health Spaces at St Vincent’s Health Network

    In response to a request from staff to ameliorate sterile environments, a series of flora and fauna watercolour paintings, transferred to decal, have been installed in patient facing areas across St Vincent’s Health Network Sydney (SVHS).

  • Andy Jackson awarded the Health Transformations Lab’s inaugural Fellowship

    Andy Jackson is an acclaimed poet and essayist. His work centres around concepts of difference and embodiment. He draws particular focus on his experience living with the genetic disorder, Marfan Syndrome. He is the winner of the 2022 ‘Writing the Future of Health’ fellowship and will work with the Health Transformation Lab over the next six months.

  • Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

    Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

  • Floral Watercolours Soften Health Spaces at St Vincent’s Health Network

    In response to a request from staff to ameliorate sterile environments, a series of flora and fauna watercolour paintings, transferred to decal, have been installed in patient facing areas across St Vincent’s Health Network Sydney (SVHS).

  • Andy Jackson awarded the Health Transformations Lab’s inaugural Fellowship

    Andy Jackson is an acclaimed poet and essayist. His work centres around concepts of difference and embodiment. He draws particular focus on his experience living with the genetic disorder, Marfan Syndrome. He is the winner of the 2022 ‘Writing the Future of Health’ fellowship and will work with the Health Transformation Lab over the next six months.

  • Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

    Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

AHNNA VALUES

We value health, and creativity. We see health and creativity as inseparable and founded in human connection. We understand health as constituted through creativity, culture, community and country.

We value leadership. We understand leadership as collective action, as creating opportunities for all of us, through sharing our vision.

Our values are practices. We practice deep listening and engaging ethically and in partnership with communities, carers, clinicians, artists, organisers: with all who seek health, or who seek to support health.

ACCESS, ADVOCATE, SHARE, CELEBRATE

We respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia as the First Peoples and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

We respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia as the First Peoples and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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Andy Jackson awarded the Health Transformations Lab’s inaugural Fellowship

Andy Jackson is an acclaimed poet and essayist. His work centres around concepts of difference and embodiment. He draws particular focus on his experience living with the genetic disorder, Marfan Syndrome. He is the winner of the 2022 ‘Writing the Future of Health’ fellowship and will work with the Health Transformation Lab over the next six months.

Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

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Join the AHNNA network to receive email updates when new articles are posted. Your email will also be added to our email list to inform you of any upcoming events and/or initiatives. You can unsubscribe at any time using the link at the bottom of the email. By proceeding you agree to these terms of use.

Andy Jackson awarded the Health Transformations Lab’s inaugural Fellowship

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Andy Jackson is an acclaimed poet and essayist. His work centres around concepts of difference and embodiment. He draws particular focus on his experience living with the genetic disorder, Marfan Syndrome. He is the winner of the 2022 ‘Writing the Future of Health’ fellowship and will work with the Health Transformation Lab over the next six months.

Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

May 2nd, 2022|Tags: , , , |

Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

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Connecting Through Drama: STC’s ‘Connected’ Program

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Victoria Campbell and Zoe Hogan from the Sydney Theatre Company in collaboration with CREATE Centre are presenting a webinar to give insight into the STC ‘Connected’ program in reference to their recently published book 'Connecting Through Drama 'on Tuesday the 10th of May from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Don't miss it.

Arts and Arts Education In Crisis: Public Forum

April 26th, 2022|0 Comments

In collaboration with Australian Theatre for Young People, the CREATE Centre is holding a Public Forum with arts workers and educators to get the word out there that this is something the Australian public needs and wants.  'Arts and Arts Education In Crisis Public Forum', 5pm Monday 2 May, Rebel Theatre, ATYP Pier 2/3 Hickson Road, Dawes Point Sydney.