We have over 58 years of experience inspiring better health and wellbeing through art. But we know that there is always more to learn. Our research and evaluation, in collaboration with leading academics, helps us to better understand the difference our work makes to people's lives and the ways in which we can improve.
We believe that everyone should be able to get the most from our art. Our research helps to make this a reality.
We teamed up with the Wallace Collection to better understand the effects of contemporary art in primary care sites...Read more
We worked with Val Huet, CEO of the British Association of Art Therapists, to research the impact of visual art on work-related stress...Read more
We embarked on a pilot project to understand and remove barriers for older people unable to reach art due to poor health...Read more
We collaborated with the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art on a study exploring the artwork preferences of people on the autistic spectrum...Read more