Fri, 04 Jun | Zoom

Lone(ly) Arts Club

Public Event
Registration is Closed
Lone(ly) Arts Club

Time & Location

04 Jun, 10:00 – 12:30 BST

About the Event

This month we will be discussing all things art and health!

We’ll be thinking around self-care and supporting healthy working for artists and creative freelancers, and hearing from three Lancs based creative practitioners, Sue Flowers, Zaneb Khan and Emma Long who will share their experiences and learning from recent projects.   After that there will be time for discussion, where you're welcome to share ideas, experiences and the challenges of working, or getting work in health and social care.

Join us on Zoom from 10am on Friday 4th June

Please register in advance here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Sue Flowers is an artist, mental health activist and founder member of Green Close, based in North Lancashire. She will be talking about her recent work within the arts and health sector, including recent work exploring her understanding of care. She also runs a monthly Rethink Mental Illness support group and is currently a LENS Regional Champion for the North West.

Zaneb Khatun is an experienced community artist and university lecturer and founder set up Community Arts by ZK in 2016.  The aim of this organisation is to develop and deliver accessible arts for all, through creating engaging workshops/ project activities across Pendle and the surrounding communities in Lancashire. Growing up in Pendle, Zaneb lived and worked in London and studied at Central St Martins College of Art and , before returning to the life and community of her roots.

Emma Long is a community/participatory artist, has worked in a variety of educational and community settings, and built up a level of expertise in inter-generational art over 12 years. Since then she has been on an inspiring journey - researching theory and developing as a a socially engaged practitioner, including working as an artist on Together an Active Pendle (TaAP) with In-Situ.