If you have been involved in Live Well Make Art or 100 Moments,
We would like to invite you to our ‘Call to Action’ event, as part of your contribution to building social movements for health in Greater Manchester!
The event is free, held in a fantastic venue, will be an opportunity to showcase your work and create more action! We will be launching the 100 Moments publication, and you will get a free copy. We will be providing lunch and may also be able to provide transport /discounted parking, just get in touch with us to arrange this.
Date: 21st March 2017 9.30 -4.00pm Venue: Peoples History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER
Places are limited so please apply for a place by 13th March. We will confirm your place by 16th March. Click here to register your application: http://www.vaoldham.org.uk/training
We have invited you because of your involvement with Catalyst funding from Action Together, with #LiveWellMakeArt or #100Moments, your interest in Food movements, or your personal interest in supporting social movements in health, especially to address social isolation and loneliness.
This event brings together the people interested in having more socially connected and healthy lives, achieved though social movement building activity. Some people from the wider health and social care sector will be joining us but the excitement, energy and richness of the day will come from you! Creative workshops, talks, performances and films will showcase your involvement in social movement. There will be opportunities to network and contribute to mini movements or moments through the day. There will also be some time set aside for evaluation of your activities to date. We will be helped in this event, by colleagues from the New Economics Foundation, Royal Society of Arts and Nesta.
The event is at the People’s History Museum in Manchester which is an inspirational venue holding and displaying some fascinating material and information on past and current social movements.
We are planning an exciting and creative day for everyone and will send you a more detailed programme shortly. If you would like to contribute of showcase your work on the day please get in touch with Kerry.
Your key contacts for Call to Action are:
Kerry Bertram Cartwheel Arts, Art for Wellbeing Coordinator and Call to Action curator. 01706 361300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Goslyn Health as a Social Movement project. 07982 914349 email@example.com
Places are limited so please apply for a place by 13th March – We will confirm your place by 16th March.
Call to Action is funded and supported by: NHS England, New Economics Foundation Nesta and RSA.