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Podcast: Arts, Culture and Mental Health with Josie Billington, Lucy Geddes and Helen Wilson
In this episode of the Pandemic and Beyond podcast, Pascale Aebischer talks to Professor Josie Billington (University of Liverpool), Lucy Geddes (Liverpool Philharmonic) and Helen Wilson (The Reader) about the impact that restricted access to arts and culture during Covid-19 has had on mental health. Professor Billington speaks about the work that her AHRC project “COVID-19 CARE: Culture and the Arts, from Restriction to Enhancement: Protecting Mental Health in the Liverpool City Region” is undertaking to understand the relationship between access to culture and mental health in the Liverpool region, with Lucy Geddes and Helen Wilson speaking about their experiences of providing arts to communities within Liverpool during the pandemic. This podcast is part of a series recorded by Pandemic and Beyond, a project coordinating and communicating research from Arts and Humanities Research Council projects that are designed to explore and mitigate the wide-ranging impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. https://pandemicandbeyond.exeter.ac.uk
Visit dedicated COVID-19 CARE page here .
Published by Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, April 2021
Published by Pandemic and Beyond, January 2022
Visit dedicated COVID-19 CARE page here
Published by Frontiers in Public Health, January 2022
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