In the Media Articles

How do mental health professionals change their approach when working with artists? In a recent panel discussion, psychologists looked at key mental health issues in the performing arts.
Arts Wellbeing Collective supporter Claire Lyon speaks to the Arts Review about The Masque Co
Performing artist Claire Lyon has generously opted to donate money to the Arts Wellbeing Collective from the sales of masks through her new business, The Masque Co.
Greta Bradman, ABC Classic presenter, classical singer, and registered psychologist, guides you through Music for Wellbeing.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer reflects on community cohesion, mental health and identity as part of City of Melbourne's City of the Future series.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer discusses the support the Arts Wellbeing Collective is giving performing arts workers during the coronavirus crisis, and the path to reopening theatres.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer shares her concerns regarding the mental health and wellbeing of performing arts workers.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective recently won the Martin Seligman Health and Wellbeing Award at the AHRI Awards.
We are thrilled to share that Claire Spencer AM has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the field of performing arts in the 2020 Australia Day honours list.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective is a finalist in the category, "Improving mental wellbeing" in the 2019 VicHealth Awards.
The Equity Wellness Challenge contains a set of tasks to be completed within one week; from October 3-10.
The darkness that lies behind: How Claire Spencer tackled the arts world's big taboo.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective are thrilled to offer free mental health workshops in Horsham and Shepparton as part of Art Centre Melbourne's Tech Connect
The Skilled Workplace Program recognises workplaces for their commitment to Mental Health First Aid.
Arts Centre Melbourne is delighted to announce that it has received funding from WorkSafe Victoria's WorkWell Mental Health Improvement Fund.
Health and Safety consultant Kevin Jones shares his thoughts on the Arts Wellbeing Collective funding announcement.
"A future that works" campaign is aimed at undertaking research to highlight workplace challenges and solutions.
With performing arts workers twice as likely to attempt suicide than those in other industries, 90 arts organisations have joined forces in Victoria for an industry-first initiative to support them.
Arts Centre Melbourne has taken a leadership role in developing a new program, developed by experts, to improve health and mental health in the arts.