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Well, Well, Well

15 Jan 2018

Art In Health Promotion

Art, Health

Art In Health Promotion

This week, Michael and Jessie talk art as a tool in health promotion. If you’re communicating a health message, it has to look good right!?

We talk with Company of Men curator Damien Hinds and the Director of Health Promotion, Policy, and Communications at VAC, Colin Batrouney.

We talk about lived experience of gay, bisexual, and queer men conveying health messages, and some of the early pioneers of incorporating art; such as music and photography in public health messaging as well as cultural production.

 

Check out some resources form this week’s podcast!

Company of Men: https://www.companyofmenexhibition.com/

Company of Men for Midsumma 2018: https://midsumma.org.au/program/com18

 

This show, Episode #606 originally aired Monday 15th January, 2018

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