• Our health and well-being workshops and events explore how creative practice can support individual and collective health and well-being. The programme has been developed by and for LGBTQ+ people and communities, sometimes in partnership with existing groups, other times open to all. 


    Our programme is informed by the Queering Creative Health network which first met in January 2023. QUEERCIRCLE now facilitates space and (paid) time to reflect on practice and research as well as strategies and tactics for a wider community of arts practitioners and LGBTQ+ organisers.


    We are developing a number of existing strands in conversation with our partners that explore embodied knowledges and lived experience; social prescribing and how to promote mental health through creating new social space through diverse health activisms.


    This current programme emerged out of a six month pilot we tested in our first year which was supported by the National Lottery and evaluated by researchers at University College London. 


    You can download this report, along with a zine on this same topic penned by MJ Barker, on the links below.