Arts & Resiliency During COVID-19: An Arts in Health Collaborative Project

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Join us for a virtual window into how the arts are being used locally to support and uplift community members during the pandemic when stay at home and social distancing requirements are in place.

Tuesday, June 16 from 9:00 to 10:00 am
Register HERE  for the link to an online Zoom call
(recorded and live-streamed on Facebook)

For the public, arts organizations, and arts in health program providers to learn about:

  • the on-going work of Arts in Health Collaborative agencies and how they are impacting their communities
  • the tools for pivoting to “take out & delivery” versions of community arts programs
  • the variety of ways to incorporate art for health & wellness


Artreach (Norwich)

The Light House (New London)

Sound Community Services (New London)

UCFS Healthcare (Southeastern CT)

UCP of Eastern CT (Eastern CT)

Arts in Health CollaborativeMultiple social service organizations with arts-based programs united under the leadership of the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition. The organizations are active members of the Coalition’s monthly Arts in Health roundtable that meet to discuss an arts-based approach to health and wellness, collaborative opportunities, peer-to-peer professional development, and resource sharing coordination.

2020 Funding for the Collaborative provided by: Dominion Energy Foundation, Yale New Haven Health/Lawrence & Memorial Hospital and the CT Office of the Arts/Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD)


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