News 11 Mar 2022
Healthy Conservatoires aims to support environments that promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of performing artists, enabling them to achieve their full potential and to build healthy and sustainable careers.
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – Photo by Robert McFadzean
The Healthy Conservatoires network was set up in 2015 and now includes over 150 members from among CUK staff and students, plus members from the UK performing arts sector as well as over 50 conservatoires, schools and universities internationally.
Healthy Conservatoires aims to inspire the creation of educational and professional environments that promote health and wellbeing. The Network provides a forum where members can engage with innovation and evidence-informed practice, as well as access peer support in creating and maintaining healthy conditions for studying and working.