It is in the community that we become wise to ourselves as people and to the world around us. Therefore, the essence of NSAH is to bring people together who work in the arts and health care field. We do this in an annual conference, in continuous talks and retreats.
In the company of artists, researchers and organizational people, we explore ways in which art in combination with our own interests for eg music, literature, theater, visual arts, etc. can help us live a life of joy and creativity.
We invite performing Danish and international artists to talk about their work processes and ways in which they can be important in creating educated and healthy people.
We offer three day retreats in beautiful surroundings near forest and beach that will be about "YOU!" You have the time and space to explore and work through art about things that really matters in your life.
This conference will provide an insight into how art can contribute to health through the following themes
Louise Rosager - Writer and Creative Coach
James Douglas Cooper - Artist & Director
Madeline Hodges - founder of Madelinacollective
Jørgen Teller - Composer
Marcia Singer - Art Therapist and Artist
David Field - musician & Somatic therapist
Rebecca Migdal - Puppetry as therapy
Aglaia Michelakis - Gestalt practitioner & mindfulness instructor
Salvatore Petrosino- Director at SVA in NYC
Ted Meyer - Artist and patients advocate
Allan Buchman - Founder of Culture Project
Christopher Loverro - Theatre director
Mads Andersen - Dramaturg at Nørrebro Teater
Isabel Sidenius - Phd Student on psychological meanings of fiction
Peter Christensen - Teacher and author
Morten Tillitz - Artist & Art TeacherThis conference will provide an insight into how art can contribute to health through the following themes:
Ole Bentzen - Art counselor and former director
Eva Ritter - Director at Nordic Info
Andrew Bende - consultant and NGO expert
28 is online and 29 is physical in Copenhagen
Address : Promentum
Kompagnistrœde 34, 4 og 5 sal
1208 Kbh k
Friday the 29 at 1pm - 6pm. Entrance 150 kr. RSVP your seat at Info@nordicsah.com
February 26th, 2020.
Interview with writer Louise Rosager on creative processes and wellbeing.
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