Arts 4 Dementia

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Empowering people with memory loss through artistic stimulation

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Dementia training for arts facilitators at National Gallery, 28 September

Nigel Franklin 13 July 2017
A4D is pleased to announce the next Early Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Organisations to be held at The National Gallery on Thursday 28 September.  Bookings are now open. Arts 4 Dementia warmly invites arts organisations learning managers, facilitators, artists and healthcare professionals to book a place on our upcoming Early Stage Dementia Awareness training at The National Galle... Read More

AFTER DEMENTIA AWARENESS WEEK - Reawakening Festival Continues in Dorset

Veronica Franklin Gould 20 May 2017
REAWAKENING, Dorset's first arts and heritage festival for dementia - 40 more events! events around the county. Heritage sites joined A4D's dementia friendly initiative. The Festival continues until 3 June. Read More

Reawakening Festival 2017, Dorset

Ella Dinsdale 16 May 2017
Re-energizing arts workshops for individuals recently diagnosed with dementia and their carers to enjoy together. Read More

Concerts for A4D

Nigel Franklin 01 April 2017
Huge thanks to Laura Reznek and Chadwick String Quartet for two fabulous concerts for A4D, both of which were a real treat: Jazz and Blues in London on the Saturday and Mozart, Dvorak and Elgar in Manchester the following afternoon: April 29, London - Jazz and Blues with Laura Reznek & Friends,  April 30, Manchester - Chadwick Quartet plays Dvorak in Music for Dementia Read More

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2017

Nigel Franklin 10 March 2017
Calling all runners, joggers and amblers: Arts 4 Dementia invites you to support us at the 2017 Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon! Following the incredible efforts of our 2016 Champions, Arts 4 Dementia is delighted to be participating in the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in London for the 4th consecutive year. If you are a keen runner, Arts 4 Dementia invites you to don your... Read More

A4D launches Reawakening programme in Dorset

Veronica Franklin Gould 28 January 2017
Dorset Set to Become a Leading Dementia-Friendly Arts County Read More

Arts 4 Dementia Trustees

Lottie Barker 20 June 2016
A4D from time to time seeks a new trustee to join its Board and take an active part in promoting and supporting the charity in pursuance of its aims. Read More

Philharmonia Orchestra's Hear and Now presenting 'Lost and Found'

Lottie Barker 28 April 2016
The Philharmonia Orchestra are delighted to announce that a video podcast of Hear and Now presents ‘Lost and Found’ was launched at a special film screening presented by the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Cor Anglais player Jill Crowther for project participants at the Bedford Corn Exchange on Friday 8 April. Led by Artistic Director Tim Steiner, Hear and Now is a major intergenerational creative colla... Read More

Live Music Now leads A4D Kensington music workshops from 19 April

Nigel Franklin 12 April 2016
A4D is delighted to announce that its upcoming music workshop programme at St Mary The Boltons, Kensington will be led by two talented young musicians Jessie Grimes (clarinet) and Charis Hanning (piano) of the Jacquin Trio. You can see and hear them in action here.  Jessie and Charis in working with Live Music Now combine ensemble playing with being professional workshop facilitators and animators... Read More

Living Well with Dementia Festival 2016

Lottie Barker 12 April 2016
LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA FESTIVAL Following the success of last year's Living With Dementia Festival, the Chichester Cultural Learning Partnership once again deliver a programme of Dementia-Friendly arts and cultural activities for everyone to enjoy. Events take place between 11 April and 29 May, including crafts, tours, and Mind, Body Sing! sessions especially designed for those living with d... Read More

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Arts 4 Dementia
Phoenix Yard
65 King's Cross Road

Telephone: 020 7239 4954

Registered Company No: 7511427
Registered Charity No: 1140842

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