An ever-growing body of evidence is helping to describe and demonstrate the benefits of creativity and culture on communities and individuals' health and wellbeing.
Scrolll down to access two resources managed by our partners.
- Peer-reviewed research: The first database is managed by the MARCH network and the Royal Society for Public Health Special Interest Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing and focuses on articles published in research journals.
- Evaluation: The second is the Repository for Arts & Health Resources, which focuses on evaluations, often commissioned by the organisations running the projects and written by external partners like universities.
Other key research summaries include:
- Creative Health, the 2017 report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Arts, Health & Wellbeing
- Arts Council England's 2018 review of evidence relating to health, wellbeing, and criminal justice