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Practice Handbook: free download
DEMENTIA AND IMAGINATION: Research Informed Approaches to Visual Arts Programmes
Taylor, K., Windle, G., Howson, T. & Davenport, B. (2017) Dementia and Imagination: Review of end of project conference, Wellcome Trust, January 2017. British Psychological Society, Qualitative Methods in Psychology, Spring 2017.
Newman, A., Baber, M., O’Brien, D., Goulding, A., Hedd-Jones, C., Howson, T., Jones, C., Parkinson, C., Taylor, K., Tischler, V. & Windle, G (2016) Carrying out research across the arts and humanities and social sciences: developing the methodology for Dementia and Imagination. Cultural Trends.
Taylor, K., Lobban, F., & Fletcher, I. (2015) Exploring the links between the phenomenology of creativity and bipolar disorder Journal of Affective Disorders.
Editorial – Bipolar disorders; a balanced perspective
Editorial of first issue of Bipolar Disorder: Open Access Journal
Lobban, F., Barrowclough, C., Jeffrey, S., Bucci, S. Taylor, K., Mallinson, S., Fitzsimmons, M. & Marshall, M. (2010) Understanding factors influencing substance use in people with recent onset psychosis: a qualitative study. Journal of Social Science and Medicine.
Hammerlsey, P., Taylor, K., McGovern, J. & Kinderman, P. (2010) Attributions for hallucinations in bipolar disorder. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
Tarrier, N., Taylor, K., & Gooding, P. (2008) Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Suicide Behavior: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Behaviour Modification.
Taylor, K., Lobban, F. & Fletcher, I. (2017) Engaging with art as part of recovery processes in individuals with mental health difficulties: a phenomenological meta-synthesis
Exhibitions and Events:
Coming in August 2017:
Dementia and Imagination at The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster
From 14th August to 9th September, The Dukes will exhibit a range of artworks made by participants of Dementia and Imagination. A range of techniques will be exhibited, including light drawings, sculptures, and mobiles and charcoal sketches, all created by people with diagnoses of dementia in Derbyshire Community Health Services Foundation Trust.
Dementia and Imagination: Final Event, The Wellcome Trust January 2017
You can soon read my review of the event in Qualitative Methods in Psychology (May edition).
No. 3 Muddle Maze, Einstein’s Garden, Green Man Festival, Wales 2016
Research Artist Carol Hanson’s wonderful creations last year saw cartoon pensioners Doris and Ivor visit the Green Man music festival and collect people’s favourite memories. Through this fair we engaged over 1600 people in the project.
Carry On Cartoon Camping, Einstein’s Garden, Green Man Festival, Wales 2015
Research Artist Carol Hanson created cartoon pensioners Doris and Ivor. The Dementia and Imagination team engaged over 800 members of the public at a science fair, at which researchers and artists playfully engage festival goers through vibrant stalls where art meets science, and where conversations can be a catalyst for change.
From Helsinki to Manchester: 2016
For one week, 8 Arts Development Officers from Finland visited a number of arts and health organisations in Manchester. Arts for Health at MMU hosted a day long workshop for 100+ individuals working in research, practice and policy.
Entrepreneurship, Wellbeing and Innovation Seminar; Manchester Art Gallery Presentation for entrepreneurs on well-being, mood and creativity in a leadership context.
Dementia and Imagination at The Crooked Spire, Chesterfield
Arts for Health Director Clive Parkinson and I co-curated this public exhibition with artists Joanna Dacombe and Gillian Brent, artists at Nottingham Contemporary. The exhibition will be repeated at The Dukes, Lancaster in August.
At the Holden Gallery, Urban Psychosis drew on the psychological effects of city living, and included work from John Baldessari, Matthew Buckingham and Sophie Calle. The exhibition included a programme of evening lectures from Will Self, Professor Rhiannon Corcoran and Professor John Read.
Now Then Magazine article: Inner City Pressure.