The Long-Term Relationship Between Arts Engagement and Health

  • Victoria Durrer (Organiser)
  • Murphy, P. (Invited speaker)
  • Jenny Elliott (Invited speaker)
  • Walsh, I. (Invited speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course


Organised, hosted and chaired this public event for QUB students and staff and arts and cultural management practitioners and policymakers to discuss research and practice regarding the longterm health implications of engaging in the arts with Dr. Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt (visiting speaker) who shared her research into the longitudinal health implications of engaging in high-quality arts activities followed by a response and discussion with Dr. Jenny Elliott, dancer, research, health professional and Chief Executive Officer and Artistic Director of Arts Care; Dr. Paul Murphy, Senior Institute Fellow in the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities at QUB; and Dr. Ian Walsh, Clinical Teaching Fellow and award-winning researcher with recent interest in Cognition/Metacognition, Patient Safety, Medicine and The Humanities. Held at Brian Friel Theatre.

Period25 Nov 2017
Event typeOther
LocationBelfast, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational