• Art as Acts of Care

    Making Meaning: Art as Acts of Care was a performance and online artwork created by Danica Knezevic at UTS to bring to life the undervalued and underacknowledged work of individuals in caring roles.

  • Our 2020: Students use collaborative collage to process a pandemic

    Visual artist Toni Hassan collaborated with students at a primary school in Canberra to produce Our 2020, a collage which explores experiences with home learning to help process the pandemic.

  • Using Installation Art to Share Health Knowledge

    Professor Katherine Boydell, co-chair of the Arts Health Network, will be joined by Dr Barbara Doran and Dr Helen Vatsikopoulos at Vivid Ideas Exchange to talk about arts-based knowledge translation and to present the HIVE: a co-created art installation about health.

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.

  • Art as Acts of Care

    Making Meaning: Art as Acts of Care was a performance and online artwork created by Danica Knezevic at UTS to bring to life the undervalued and underacknowledged work of individuals in caring roles.

  • Our 2020: Students use collaborative collage to process a pandemic

    Visual artist Toni Hassan collaborated with students at a primary school in Canberra to produce Our 2020, a collage which explores experiences with home learning to help process the pandemic.

  • Using Installation Art to Share Health Knowledge

    Professor Katherine Boydell, co-chair of the Arts Health Network, will be joined by Dr Barbara Doran and Dr Helen Vatsikopoulos at Vivid Ideas Exchange to talk about arts-based knowledge translation and to present the HIVE: a co-created art installation about health.

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.

  • Art as Acts of Care

    Making Meaning: Art as Acts of Care was a performance and online artwork created by Danica Knezevic at UTS to bring to life the undervalued and underacknowledged work of individuals in caring roles.

  • Our 2020: Students use collaborative collage to process a pandemic

    Visual artist Toni Hassan collaborated with students at a primary school in Canberra to produce Our 2020, a collage which explores experiences with home learning to help process the pandemic.

  • Using Installation Art to Share Health Knowledge

    Professor Katherine Boydell, co-chair of the Arts Health Network, will be joined by Dr Barbara Doran and Dr Helen Vatsikopoulos at Vivid Ideas Exchange to talk about arts-based knowledge translation and to present the HIVE: a co-created art installation about health.

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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Art as Acts of Care

Making Meaning: Art as Acts of Care was a performance and online artwork created by Danica Knezevic at UTS to bring to life the undervalued and underacknowledged work of individuals in caring roles.

Using Installation Art to Share Health Knowledge

Professor Katherine Boydell, co-chair of the Arts Health Network, will be joined by Dr Barbara Doran and Dr Helen Vatsikopoulos at Vivid Ideas Exchange to talk about arts-based knowledge translation and to present the HIVE: a co-created art installation about health.

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Making Meaning: Art as Acts of Care was a performance and online artwork created by Danica Knezevic at UTS to bring to life the undervalued and underacknowledged work of individuals in caring roles.