Call to Action

Movement of Movements

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Call to Action

Date: 21st March 2017  9.30 -4.00pm

Venue: Peoples History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER

 
Cartwheel Arts curated Call to Action, a showcase and action building event that highlighted, and built momentum of social movement research and activity happening across Greater Manchester.  
 
NHS England, Royal Society of Arts, New Economics Foundation and Nesta joined social action groups from the #LiveWellMakeArt network, Catalyst and Food as a Social Movement.  The event brought together 148 people who have been actively involved in building more socially connected and healthy lives within communities.

Creative workshops, talks, performances and films shone a light on local social movements and Greater Manchester projects.  There was a Low Fri Network wall promoting connections, opportunities to contribute to mini movements and creative inspiring 'moments' through the day.  

The event was held at 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.    

See all the photos from the day here!

 

News Art for Wellbeing 02 March 2017
Do. Be.
Do. Be.

Cartwheel Arts and Link4Life are excited to announce the online presence of Do.Be.

Mapping and Best Practice project of cultural and sporting activities, which promote emotional wellbeing and resilience for children and young people in the borough.

Cartwheel Arts promotes social inclusion, cohesion, diversity and regeneration through community participation in vibrant, innovative, high-quality arts projects. We use a wide range of media to respond to project opportunities and promote the development of the arts and examples of good practice across the North West.

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