FLOURISH was a free training opportunity from Creative Future as part of The Hera Partnership programme, delivered with funding from Brighton & Hove City Council.
The training was designed to support creative practitioners/facilitators who are interested in the field of Arts for Health and Wellbeing, were complete beginners or had up to a year's of experience, and live or work in Brighton & Hove. It included workshops, mentoring, peer-to-peer support and work shadowing opportunities.
The programme was facilitated by Creative Future, with workshops delivered by:
- Emma Drew Director of Robin Hood Health Foundation
- Polly Irvin & Branwen Lorigan Co Directors of Orange Collective
- Nicola Naismith visual artist, coach & lecturer
- Dominique De-Light Director of Well Balanced Coaching
Click the links on the left-hand side of the page to view details of each of our cohorts of artists.
Further resources for a new Flourish programme are being sought.