Publications

Penny Eames and Dr Robin Philipp  both have  long publishing histories.

Some of their books and publications can be downloaded and some need to be purchased.

For further information about the first two books email.    penny.eames@paradise.net.nz

Cultural Well-being and Cultural Capital

Now available as a free downloadable book

Cultural Well-being Cultural Capital

 

 

This book is now onto its third edition and is offered to the world as a free downloadable book.   It was written to outline the importance of the New Zealand local government 2002 Act   which provides local government with a purpose that is to “promote social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being in the present and for the future”.

The book gives a mechanism for measuring cultural capital and recognises it as an important part of community wealth, this alongside the importance of social well-being.

       Cultural Well-being and Cultural Capital can also be purchased in soft cover book.       Email for information and prices.  

This is available for $US15 plus P & P,

For further information or to purchase email:     penny.eames@paradise.net.nz

For discussion on this book visit Penny Eames blog at  http://pennypublisherblog.blogspot.co.nz/

Song birds – Art in Prisons Training Manual

  Now Available as free downloadable book:     Songbirds Art in Prison Training Manual

This is a training manual for people working in art and prison and correctional facility projects.

While the training manual was written for the South African prisons, it is still relevant to anyone working in prison and corrections art.

This 56 page document is illustrated with spectacular pictures of prison art, from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and England.

Penny Eames has worked with arts and prisons for 20 years in New Zealand and was for four years associated with South Africa Arts against crime and Art in prison programmes.

For further information     penny.eames@paradise.net.nz

Chapters include:

  • The Arts and Culture
  • Arts and Culture in the Justice Sector
  • Arts and Culture in Prisons
  • Understanding and analysing Prison cultures
  • Physical Environment of Prisons
  • Desired Outcomes
  • Setting up Arts Programmes in Prisons
  • What Art can you use?
  • Presentation of the art
  • Partnerships with the community
  • Art for Special groups in prisons
  • Income generation for offenders
  • Innovation and excellence
  • References and websites

A limited number of the CD version of The Songbirds publication is now available for purchase.

Any enquiries to penny.eames@paradise.net.nz 
 

Publications by Dr Robin Philipp

These can be obtained by emailing Dr Philipp at    Robin.Philipp@UHBristol.nhs.uk or from the Nuffield Trust or Jessica Kingsley Publishing.

Humanities in Medicine: Beyond the Millennium.

This is the Proceedings of the first Windsor Conference, organised and hosted by the Nuffield Trust. The report was published by them in 1999.

 Arts in Health and Well-being.

This is the Proceedings of the second Windsor Conference, published by the Nuffield Trust in 2002, with material included for what developed between 1999 and 2002.

 

Creative Arts and Humanities in Healthcare: Swallows to Other Continents

     

This is a strategic paper, published in 2004 by the Nuffield Trust.

 The Arts in Health Care: Learning From Experience, was published by the King’s Fund in 1999. It has a chapter it which Dr Philipp contributed, entitled: Evaluating the Arts in Health Care and Mental Health Promotion – The Example of Creative Writing.

Available from email  Dr Philipp   Robin.Philipp@UHBristol.nhs.uk

 The Arts in Health Care: A Palette of Possibilities

The Arts in Health Care: A Palette of Possibilities, was published by Jessica Kingsley Publishing in 1997. It has a chapter in which I was asked to write entitled "Evaluating the Effectiveness of the

Arts in Health Care”.

The Arts in Health Care: A Palette of Possibilities, was published by Jessica Kingsley Publishing in 1997. It has a chapter in which I was asked to write entitled “Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Arts in Health Care”.

For further Information about these publications email:

Dr Robin  Philipp  at     Robin.Philipp@UHBristol.nhs.uk

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