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Webinar - NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award

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Museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural organisations across the state fulfil a vital role in delivering programs with a positive impact on their community’s health and wellbeing.

There is potential for even greater outcomes and diverse funding through partnerships between the cultural and health sectors that capitalise on the professional skills of both.

This webinar brings together experts and practitioners in art and health to help you navigate the language of health and explore pathways to partnerships.

Join us for an informative webinar where we delve into the details of the NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award, offering insights and guidance for potential partners interested in nominating.

This engaging session will provide a comprehensive overview of the award's objectives, eligibility criteria, and benefits of participation, emphasising the vital intersection between arts and health initiatives within the NSW community.

Whether you're representing a public museum, gallery, Aboriginal cultural centre, or a local catchment NSW Health Service eager to collaborate, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge and resources needed to navigate the nomination process effectively.

Speakers
Brigette Uren, Program Director Arts, Health Infrastructure
Brett Adlington, CEO, Museums & Galleries of NSW
Tim Braham, Regional Gallery Director, Central Coast Council
Michael Dagostino, Director - Museums and Cultural Engagement, Chau Chak Wing Museum and Seymour Centre, University of Sydney
Aunty Joyce Saunders, Aboriginal Liaison Officer, Allied Health Social Work Department, South Western Sydney Local Health District
Amanda Solomon, Co-Founder, Arterie, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse

For more information or to apply for the NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award visit https://mgnsw.org.au/sector/pr...

The NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award is proudly supported by NSW Health Infrastructure.

IMAGE: Artist Hiromi Tango and Hospital Staff during the installation of GARDEN | Healing Together, commissioned by Health Infrastructure and the Northern NSW Local Health District for the new Tweed Valley Hospital, 2024. Photo: Alex Chomicz.


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