Grants and reports

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    (En français à la suite) 
    The Spring 2021 Art Hives Institute: from Social Isolation to Circles of Care A 3-Part Online Training Series
    Concordia University's Art Hives HQ & engAGE Creative Living Lab present:
    THE SPRING 2021 ART HIVES INSTITUTE: From Social Isolation to Circles of Care-
    A 3-Part Online Training Series
    March 19th, 26th & April 2nd, 2021

  • Health Evidence Network synthesis report 67

    What is the evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being? A scoping review

    Daisy Fancourt & Saoirse Finn, World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe

    Copenhagen, Denmark, 2019

    Abstract

  • Evidence Summary for Policy: The role of arts in improving health & wellbeing

    Report to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, United Kingdom, April 2020

    Dr Daisy Fancourt, Katey Warran & Henry Aughterson

    Department of Behavioural Science & Health, University College of London

     

  • In August of 2020, facilitators from the global Art Hives Network were invited to engage in a 4-part workshop series during which we paused to reflect on the current functioning of the network and envision how to move forward towards greater impact and resiliency. Another purpose that brought this group together was to increase the network's capacity to evaluate its impact and build capacity across individual Art Hives to do the same.

  • In August of 2020, facilitators from the global Art Hives Network were invited to engage in a 4-part workshop series during which we paused to reflect on the current functioning of the network and envision how to move forward towards greater impact and resiliency. Another purpose that brought this group together was to increase the network's capacity to evaluate its impact and build capacity across individual Art Hives to do the same.

  • Pictured are Janis Timm-Bottos, Art Hives founder and associate professor of creative arts therapies, and Stephanie Rossy, vice-chair of the Rossy Family Foundation.

    Concordia celebrated the launch of its first-ever campus art hive on June 11, 2018. The art hive will also serve as the International Art Hives Network Headquarters. Pictured are Janis Timm-Bottos, Art Hives founder and associate professor of creative arts therapies, and Stephanie Rossy, vice-chair of the Rossy Family Foundation.

    Canadian First: Concordia opens campus art hive and International Network Headquarters

  • From October 28th-30th a hundred community members and inter-sector organizations gathered at Moun Saint Vincent University and the Halifax Central Library to explore what is happening in community engaged arts in Nova Scotia, how we can connect to the international Art Hives movement, and what are the opportunities to use Art Hives in Nova Scotia to sustain and grow our communities and economy.

    This document is an attempt to capture three days of great connections, action planning and creative ideas for making positive community change through the arts!

  • The Science Shop is Art Hives Network’s new initiative in collaboration with Vanier College and Concordia’s office of the VP, graduate and research department. The aim of these public science events is engage the community in public conversations about the intersection between science and creativity. Taking place in the community art studio La Ruche d’Art, a life sized cabinet of curiosities packed with art supplies, a multitude of art made by community members and a whole host of odds and ends, one may think it an odd place to be discussing molecules and mutations, among others.

  • Art Hives Conversation/Workshop - April 22nd 2015

  • The model and practice of Art Hives have evolved through two decades of sustained practice research, continuous observation and adaptation, and experimentation with spaces and organizational structures led by Dr. Janis Timm-Bottos, who has developed and established six successful art hives in different locations across North America.

  • We are proposing to Halifax Rec. that the Team Possibles Art Collective runs an Art Hive 3 days a week (from their wheelchair accessible space) starting in the Fall.

    The Hive would run during the 8 week term, and be open from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Tues., Wed., and Thurs.

    Team supports work would include:

    set up from 9:30 /10:00,

    10:00- 2:00: Help visitors get oriented and work on projects.

    2:30 - 4:00: clean up and takedown

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