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Learning Bank for Artists

If you are interested in developing your arts practice with children in health settings, these resources are for you.

Check out our creative toolkits, learning resources and top tips supporting artists working in the field of children’s arts and health, youth arts and early years.


  • Image of the folding worlds origami creature maker made up

    The Making of Folding Worlds

    Chelsea Canavan

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  • Artists on Practice: Theatre for young children with complex needs

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  • Incorporating technology into arts processes with young people

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  • Connecting with Patient Experience: Participation – The Basics

    Siobhán Clancy with Emma Eager

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  • What’s in the case? Packing art materials for healthcare environments

    Rachel Tynan and Siobhán Clancy

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  • Puppet Toolkits

    Siobhán Clancy

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  • Engaging the Senses: Tim Webb discusses the work of Oily Cart

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  • Cloudlands: A Documentary

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  • Case Studies of Helium Projects

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