Creative Care Institute
Calling all artists, health care professionals, caregivers and everyone interested in the intersection of arts and healthcare. Leaders and artists in the field will discuss how to stay connected in the time of COVID-19, and participants will leave with an inspired action plan for creative community engagement for both 1:1 and group work that can take place in person or remotely using the TimeSlips methodology.
The focus of day one is the WHY and HOW of this work. In the time of COVID19 why is creative engagement essential? And HOW can the TimeSlips methodology, including the improvisational practice of “Yes, and…” and Creative Asset Mapping can help you engage your community in new ways.
Day two will bring us into artist demonstrations of remote engagement for meaningful connection in the face of continued physical distancing. You will have time to brainstorm project ideas and gain feedback from experts in the field on ACTIONABLE PLANS to use in your work.
TimeSlips is grateful to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Bader Philanthropies for their support of the Creative Care Institute.
For more information on the presenters, click here.