PRESENT AT THE NOAH CONFERENCE
The presentation submission deadline is March 9!
Call for Presentations: NOAH is pleased to invite presenters to submit a proposal for its second national conference, Reimagining the Future of Arts in Health, as a track within the Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo (HFSE). The NOAH conference will investigate how utilizing the arts fosters health and well-being in medical and educational institutions, community settings, and through the built environment. It is an exciting opportunity for individuals and agencies to showcase their work, their aspirations for the future, and engage the field of Arts in Health.
The call is for 20-, 30- and 40-minute presentations that can assist attendees in “Reimagining the Future of Arts in Health”. All presentations will be presented to the complete conference audience.
NOAH seeks material that addresses one or more of these areas:
• Best Practices
• Arts Improving Customer Experiences
• Arts Improving Community Health
• Arts in the Military
• Arts and Aging
• Arts Assisting in Life Transitions
• Arts Impact on Health Outcomes
• Adapting the Arts for Healthcare Settings
• Participatory Arts Workshops
• Meets ‘Entry Requirements’ as stated above
• Project design is informed by published research
• Project has a credible evaluation component
• Project design is sensitive to needs of target patient population
• Collaboration of project team with host institution
• Project is replicable
• Presentation offers new and fresh information
• Presenter has experience in the field
Submissions Open: January 15
Submissions Closed: March 09
Submissions Notified of Acceptance or Rejection: April 13
LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
NOAH is proud to announce its second annual conference, Reimagining the Future of Arts in Health, to be held in conjunction with the 31st Healthcare Facilities and Design Symposium and Exposition (HFSE), October 8 – 10th 2018, in Austin, Texas.
This year they will be making many improvements based on the suggestions that 2017 attendees provided to us. Some of the changes that will be implemented include TWO pre-conferences on October 7 that will focus on arts in public health and arts in healthcare management, as well as an additional space throughout the conference for participatory arts activities.
In addition to the Arts in Health track activities, conference attendees will have access to the keynotes, full breakfasts, luncheons, break refreshments, and Expo events with the attendees of the Symposium.
Last year’s attendees said:
“It was wonderful to be able to meet and connect with peers and mentors from across the country;”
“I was energized and inspired by many of the presentations. I have come back to my program with lots of new ideas.”
Don't miss this opportunity to join leaders and peers in the field of arts in health for this opportunity to learn, share, network, and reimagine the future of arts in health!
Early Bird Pricing until August 3
$500 for NOAH Members
$600 for non-members
+ Optional October 7 Preconferences:
Preconference: Arts in Public Health
$100 members, $125 non-members
Preconference: Arts in Healthcare Management
$100 members, $125 non-members
After Early Bird Pricing expires, conference prices will rise to $600 for NOAH members and $700 for non members, and pre-conference prices will rise to $125 for NOAH members and $150 for non members.
Find more information on their website!