Survey for creative practitioners: what support do you get?

Researchers at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University are looking for individuals who are creative practitioners who are currently working in participatory arts for health and wellbeing or have done so in the last 18 months.

Participants will have:

  • Undertaken paid work in participatory arts for health and wellbeing using any art form including visual arts, theatre, dance, music and performance, writing or any other creative discipline;
  • Delivered a minimum of 8 sessions per year or have done in the last 18 months;
  • Worked on a freelance or employed basis or both;
  • Worked primarily in the UK.

The word 'creative practitioner' is used to describe a person who primarily identifies themselves an an artist working in any creative discipline. We recognise there are practical and organisational challenges in delivering work of this kind but this is not the focus of this study.

This survey is also not directed at organisations, commissioners or cultural leaders, a seperate part of the research will seek experiences of this group.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and closes at Midnight on the 3rd December 2018.

Read more and complete the survey here