Monthly Archives: June 2017

Human Henge at Culture Health and Wellbeing International Conference

19th, 20th and 21st June 2017 Bristol UK

The conference will showcase inspirational practice, policy and the latest research in culture and arts in health and wellbeing. It will discuss the role of arts and creativity in healing, care and wellbeing across the life course. It will encourage discussion and shared learning, facilitating dialogue between researchers, policy makers and practitioners.

Livestream the conference here

Timetable for the conference – Human Henge features in Peer-led and co-production in arts, heritage and health on Monday 19th June at 4pm.

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The Stonehenge Lectures 2155 by Mr BPD

This was written for the Human Henge Project and was inspired by the experiences I had, all images are photos taken by myself including the one from inside the Stone Circle.

The Stonehenge lectures 2155

Authors Resource

Name Mr BPD


About Author. I have Borderline Personality Disorder and as a writer and poet I explore my madness through the creative arts. I have a personal belief that even in darkness light exists and it is a personal responsibility to always seek the light and I find the light in creating something.

Human Henge at Salisbury Festival of Archaeology

Photo by Chris Hogg

Our Human Henge exhibition will be at the Salisbury Festival of Archaeology on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd July at Salisbury Museum.

Come along and meet Human Henge participants, staff and volunteers, to discuss their experience of the project. View our exhibition, and maybe sing a  song or two. Then join Professor Darvill, world authority on Stonehenge, and Human Hengers to build BrickHenge, a scale model of Stonehenge, with bricks, a couple of sticks and a piece of string!

For more information about the festival visit,uk

Amesbury Library exhibition

Our exhibition at Amesbury Library is on until 8th June and has been a great success so far. Here are some photos from the private viewing for participants, staff and volunteers, and from the picnic that took place to celebrate the exhibition.

Photo by Chris Hogg

Photo by Chris Hogg

Below is the leaflet from the exhibition which includes photos and poetry by participants.

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