#DailyArtsMedicine vs COVID19

While COVID19 curtails A4D’s face-to-face arts workshops, we are offering daily exercises and arts links to help override dementia and invite you to tweet your favourites to @Arts4Dementia #DailyArtsMedicine:                                      [Colour Code: Dance & Movement Drama Music Visual Arts]

SATURDAY 28 March, 6.30 pm CONSERVATOIRE CONCERT         Watch live here

LIVING ROOM LIVE CONCERT Monday 30 March, 6pm. Tamsin Waley-Cohen. Watch live concert here.

Morning: 30 minute exercise: Really good start for the day – repetition, energising, you feel really healthy – and another. 

Guardian‘s ten best world museum & gallery tours

Yoga with Adrienne, enjoyed by A4D participants David & Rachel Wickert

Spontaneous drama exercises to maximise cognitive response!

At lunchtime, try this outside exercise

@LuminateScot launches Luminate@Home,
a new programme of short online films demonstrating creative activities for you to do wherever you are.

A4D Siobhan Davies Dance class 4, video exercises with dance artist Marie Forbes:

Afternoon: Choral warm-up


Victoria & Albert Museum’s
Secrets of the Museum.

Clay Live from The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology, Oxford, presents potters reflected in our contemporary collection, pioneers of mid 20th century studio:  Walter Keeler, Mo Jupp, Sutton Taylor and Geoffrey Swindell

Handelian delight, puppies frolicking by the sea  

Menuhin & Grapelli “Jalousie”

 “Che gelada marina and Is mi chiamano Mimi” sung by Pavarotti

Dvorak’s Cello Concerto, played by Jacqueline Du Pre, with conductor: Daniel Barenboim

Mozart Clarinet Quintet.


Tips for online Museum programmes for early-stage dementia:

We also have a page dedicated to ongoing opportunities you can access remotely to keep your creative juices flowing during this uncertain time. Find out more here

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