We welcome participation and submission of your research. If you would like to submit your research for consideration on our website, please email Camilla Vickers camilla@healthpitch.org

“The macro-economic question of how we will finance health care and humanitarian questions about quality of life are closely linked, because happy people are, on average, healthier and more independent. This co-relation is well founded in science, and so is the relationship between cultural and social activities, and mental and physical vitality.” Mark Mieras http://www.longlivearts.eu/upload/files/Article%20Mark%20Mieras(1).pdf

Ever-increasing scientific evidence shows how high quality arts engagement contributes to health, wellbeing and autonomy. “The largest effect takes place when arts programmes have the ambition to learn and push the boundaries, and when they are taught by professional art, theatre, music and dance teachers.”

Long Live Arts manifesto http://www.longlivearts.eu/manifesto/