We've been shortlisted for a Collective Power Award!
12/03/2020| Arts & Health
Collective Power Award, Ideas Alliance and the Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for a Collective Power Award in partnership with the Ideas Alliance and the Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance. The award recognises meaningful partnerships across different fields or disciplines that aim to bring about change.
The Collective Power Award addresses the need for individuals and communities to work collaboratively, sharing resources and knowledge to address local and national challenges. This award recognises a project or programme in which partnership working has improved the health and wellbeing of individuals or communities by bringing together different fields or disciplines. Submissions must involve culture or the arts, and they must engage with health, care or wellbeing in order to bring about change.
Confirmed Judges: Rich Driffield (Ideas Alliance), Moira Sinclair (Paul Hamlyn Foundation) and Mah Rana (artist/ researcher/ writer/ curator / LENS champion).
The winner was due to announced at the CHWA 2020 Conference in March 2020 but due to the Coronavirus pandemic this has been postponed. An announcement will now be made on 20th November 2020 as part of a virtual event Culture, Creativity and Health: Winter Gatherings in partnership with AHSW.
We are so delighted that the many voices involved in developing Tracing Autonomy have been recognised in this way. And, we are very pleased to be shortlisted alongside 7 other fantastic and innovative projects across the UK.
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