• An interview with Gaynor Macdonald

    We talked to Dr Gaynor Macdonald, co-creator of Dementia Reframed, ahead of the Stitch it for Dementia: Carer Craftivist event, a workshop for 'gentle protest' through stitching.

  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER WANTED

    PACT is currently looking for a Community Development Producer in a new, fixed-term role in the team focussed on producing public program initiatives, building local community relationships and scoping future community and education projects. 

  • Creative arts and wellbeing in rural aged care

    This seminar will explore the collaborative, arts-based methods that Art OutWest are applying to design, deliver and research its impact on aged care residents in Four Multipurpose Services in rural communities. 

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.

  • An interview with Gaynor Macdonald

    We talked to Dr Gaynor Macdonald, co-creator of Dementia Reframed, ahead of the Stitch it for Dementia: Carer Craftivist event, a workshop for 'gentle protest' through stitching.

  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER WANTED

    PACT is currently looking for a Community Development Producer in a new, fixed-term role in the team focussed on producing public program initiatives, building local community relationships and scoping future community and education projects. 

  • Creative arts and wellbeing in rural aged care

    This seminar will explore the collaborative, arts-based methods that Art OutWest are applying to design, deliver and research its impact on aged care residents in Four Multipurpose Services in rural communities. 

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.

  • An interview with Gaynor Macdonald

    We talked to Dr Gaynor Macdonald, co-creator of Dementia Reframed, ahead of the Stitch it for Dementia: Carer Craftivist event, a workshop for 'gentle protest' through stitching.

  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER WANTED

    PACT is currently looking for a Community Development Producer in a new, fixed-term role in the team focussed on producing public program initiatives, building local community relationships and scoping future community and education projects. 

  • Creative arts and wellbeing in rural aged care

    This seminar will explore the collaborative, arts-based methods that Art OutWest are applying to design, deliver and research its impact on aged care residents in Four Multipurpose Services in rural communities. 

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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An interview with Gaynor Macdonald

We talked to Dr Gaynor Macdonald, co-creator of Dementia Reframed, ahead of the Stitch it for Dementia: Carer Craftivist event, a workshop for 'gentle protest' through stitching.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER WANTED

PACT is currently looking for a Community Development Producer in a new, fixed-term role in the team focussed on producing public program initiatives, building local community relationships and scoping future community and education projects. 

Creative arts and wellbeing in rural aged care

This seminar will explore the collaborative, arts-based methods that Art OutWest are applying to design, deliver and research its impact on aged care residents in Four Multipurpose Services in rural communities. 

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You can join the Arts Health Network (AHNNA) by completing this contact form. We will send you an email every time we post a new article or event on the website so you can keep up to date. We may also use your contact details to inform you of upcoming events or initiatives. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. We will treat your information with respect. By joining, you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.

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.

An interview with Gaynor Macdonald

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We talked to Dr Gaynor Macdonald, co-creator of Dementia Reframed, ahead of the Stitch it for Dementia: Carer Craftivist event, a workshop for 'gentle protest' through stitching.

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