We are delighted to announce that Simon Ball’s powerful short animation about perception and dementia, ‘Do I see what you see’, has been selected for the Rebel Film Festival 2019!
Following the success of our Short Film Festival in September 2018, Created Out of Mind is joining Kennington Stories, a three-day film festival held at The Cinema Museum from Tuesday 12th February – Thursday 14th February 2019.
The Neva, a film by Created Out of Mind researcher Charles Harrison will be screened at Jupiter Woods as part of Testing Situations; a video and sound installation about dementia, narration and the landscapes of a test.
We are delighted to announce that Simon Ball’s powerful short animation ‘Do I see what you see’, developed with Created Out of Mind researchers, has been selected for the London International Animation Festival 2018, as part of their International Competition Programme!
We’re delighted to announce that ‘Do I see what you see’, an experimental, animated short film directed by Simon Ball for Created Out of Mind, has been officially selected to to be part of Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2018!
Join Created Out of Mind this bank holiday for a dynamic selection of artworks developed in collaboration with people living with different kinds of dementias, highlighting the abundant creativity and diversity of experience associated with these conditions.
Created Out of Mind artists in residence Charles Robert Harrison, Susanna Howard and Charlie Murphy invite you to view selected artworks developed as part of their residency in The Hub at Wellcome Collection.
Meet our resident psychologist Paul Camic to explore the effect handling museum, and other, objects has on people living with dementias as well as what insights this can provide about people’s relationship with objects and cultural spaces.
Meet our resident social scientist Emma Harding to explore the measures used to capture 'quality of life' for people living with dementias and consider how, by working with people affected by a dementia, we might tailor questionnaire measures to focus more on the quality of experience for us all.
To mark Dementia Action Week 2018 (21st-27th May ), Created Out of Mind's 'Talking Life on Tour' phone will join an interactive, drop-in event at Woolwich Centre Library.
Learn about the molecular behaviours and patterns of dementia through the power of disco! Join an artist and neurological biochemist as they explain the behaviours and patterns of different dementias at molecular level, all through dance!
Created Out of Mind will be joining 'A Life More Ordinary’ at The Dukes Lancaster, a unique 2-day exploration of how the arts are touching the lives of people with dementia in remarkable ways.
In the first of our ‘Let’s talk about dementias…’ series, meet our resident musician Julian West and social gerontologist Hannah Zeilig to explore the role of the arts for people living with dementias and how we might establish equality and collaboration in the creative process.
Sebastian Crutch will deliver a special seminar on Created Out of Mind as part of a program of events led by Luminate, Scotland's creative ageing organisation.
This Brain Awareness Week, Created Out of Mind join Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK) at gallery@oxo, London for a free exhibition, bringing together science and the arts to open up new dialogues around dementia and challenge stigma and misunderstanding.
Created Out of Mind are pleased to announce that we will be joining the award-winning West Yorkshire Playhouse in their upcoming festival 'Every Third Minute: a festival of theatre, dementia and hope', curated by people living with dementias and their supporters.
This March, an all Wales Dementia Conference will be taking place in Venue Cymru, Llandudno, co-led by our Co-Director Gill Windle. This event builds on the success of the North Wales Dementia Network and new partnerships within Social Care and people affected by dementia.
What was life like for people living with a dementia in a 19th-century asylum? Join Created out of Mind at Wellcome Collection to hear about the lives of asylum residents through medical accounts and to consider what this means for contemporary understanding and treatment of dementia.
In partnership with Created Out of Mind and Canterbury Christ Church University, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) presents an exciting day of presentations, discussions and art experiments about how the arts and sciences, working together, can help to understand dementia.
Some of the best evidence for the benefits of the arts for people with dementia comes from music practice.
Creative Dementia Arts Network (CDAN) and Methodist Homes Association (MHA) invite you to their Expert Seminar in Music and Dementia. This FREE event will be of huge interest to anyone involved or interested in working with people with dementia using music. Speakers include Created Out of Mind's Seb Crutch and Julian West.
This is an unmissable opportunity to engage with and learn from some of the UK's leading academics, researchers and musicians including Created Out of Mind's Director and Co-Director Seb Crutch and Julian West.
Joining them will be Helen Odell-Miller and Jorg Fachner (Anglia Ruskin University) and Ming Hung Hsu who leads music therapy for MHA. In the afternoon delegates can choose two of six interactive sessions, or if you are interested in practice development and education, come and discuss how best community musicians can develop skills and work with people with dementia. The latter will be led by Ben Heaney (Delta Violin) who completed FLOURISH, CDAN's professional development course in arts and dementia.
Created Out of Mind will join acclaimed musicians, scientists and experts for the upcoming Wellcome Collection and BBC Radio 3 Residency Why Music? The Key to Memory on 13th-15th October 2017.