Who Cares? - A symposium exploring the relationship between art, design and health in our ever shifting world
Open Eye Gallery and the University of Salford are partnering on their 3rd annual symposium together. This year key speakers will join students and the wider public to explore the interconnections between art, design, creative technology, health and care.
The symposium will reflect upon the role of culture in health and wellbeing during an ever-shifting global context.
To ensure a diverse discussion and to support opportunities for future collaborations, professionals and students from across art, design, health and social care settings are invited to attend.
Guest speakers, artists and designers include Lisa Creagh, Daniel Regan, and Elizabeth Newell (Creative Concern), as well as NHS and social prescribing consultants such as Jo Ward and cultural arts and creative technology organisation FACT (Liverpool).
Guest speakers include:
Daniel Regan - Artist and Executive Director of the Arts and Health Hub
Lisa Creagh - Photographic Artist
Jo Ward - Consultant and Change Maker
Elizabeth Newell - Head of Design at Creative Concern
To register please visit the 'Who Cares?' event page.
Graphic Design Credit: MA visual communication student Orighomisan Ogbebor
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