What is the relationship between creativity and wellbeing? How can creativity increase our overall sense of wellbeing? How do we understand and measure the impact of creativity on wellbeing?
Together with Mary Ann Cauchi - Director Funding & Strategy at Arts Council Malta, Dr Marie Briguglio - Resident academic at the University of Malta (Department of Economics), lecturing in Environmental Economics Behavioural Economics and Social Marketing, Emma Hogg - Psychotherapist and founder of A Life I Choose, Dr Noel Camilleri President of the Għaqda Każini tal-Banda, Dr Stephen Clift - Professor Emeritus, Canterbury Christ Church University Visiting Professor, York St John University and Professorial Fellow, Royal Society for Public Health we will be discussing the link and correlation between creativity and wellbeing whilst exploring the impact and value of creativity in light of this link.
Watch the session here.