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Self-care for artists, part 2: a workshop with Daniel Regan

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'Self-care for Artists: In the Workplace'—workshop with Daniel Regan

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Join artist and Axis member, Daniel Regan for the second of two participatory online workshops of self care for artists.

This session will explore self care, boundaries, assertiveness and support in the workplace. We'll navigate tricky topics such as knowing our limits, how we ask for support and how much am I worth?

About Daniel

Daniel Regan is a photographic artist exploring complex emotional experiences, focusing on the transformational impact of arts on mental health, building on his own lived experience. He shoots commissions, personal works, delivers socially engaged projects and provides consultancy in arts & health.

Daniel is Founder and Executive Director of the Arts & Health Hub, a non-profit organisation supporting artists that work in the arts and health sector. His particular interest and focus is on practitioner support for artists with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Previously Daniel worked as the Director of an arts and health charity in the NHS.

To find out more about Daniel's work, visit: https://www.danielregan.photography


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An independent charity, we are committed to providing a platform to support [artists] and profile what they do. Through a determination to create the space [artists] need, our programme comprises a range of activities:

  • Reflecting the [artists’] voice is integral to emerging developments in contemporary art, across assorted contexts. We present new aspects and forms of artistic expression to local, national and international audiences.
  • Supporting [artists]: insurance, networks, space, opportunities, R&D awards, profiling, advice, mentoring - enabling [artists] to be [artists]. [Artists] blur the boundaries and we adapt and change with their evolution, seeking to provide the best support we can.

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