Feature Article in Peel Weekly News on the success of the Arts for Mental Health Conference, MAC’s ArtsCare initiative, and the Arts for Mental Health Award.
Arts for Mental Health
Feature Article in The Courier Press Dan White’s experience attending the Arts for Mental Health Conference and how arts and creativity are powerful tools in improving mental health.
Feature Article in Mississauga News on MAC’s Arts for Health initiatives, as well as the stories of art as health care for Christine Long and Angela Chao.
Mississauga Arts Council and Mass Culture’s Arts for Mental Health Conference provides hope for ArtsCare
MAC and MC brought together health practitioners, academics, artists, politicians, and leaders in the arts sector at the first Arts for Mental Health Conference in Canada on October 6, 2021.
Mass Culture and Mississauga Arts Council’s first virtual Datathon Engages the Arts, Health and Research Communities!
MC and MAC announce the successful completion of our virtual Datathon. The 95 resources collected will inform the content for the Arts for Mental Health Conference.
Mississauga Arts Council and Mass Culture partner to launch the first Arts for Mental Health Conference in Canada
MAC and MassCulture are partnering to launch the Arts For Mental Health Conference on October 6th, 2021. It will explore the rationale for, design and implementation of a pilot program that will deliver and expand arts programs to people living with mental health issues in Mississauga.
Thanks to a MAC MicroGrant, Susan Ksiezopolski created this emotional 15 minute documentary highlighting the importance of incorporating the arts into health practices and treatments.
TVO.org speaks with Sarah Robichaud of Dancing With Parkinson’s about how physical exercise can help the body — and the brain. Interview by Daniel Kitts.