click on one of over 50 boxes to discover more about an expressive art form - often there is a link for further guidance made for you by one of our cRxeate. Fellows who has a special interest in that area of your creativity adventure.
our water colour Fellow shares her passion for sharing her creativity and encouraging others in medicine to do so.
Pramod describes how poetry links with his life as a dentist
A vet and artist describes his passion for creation of photography. Double tap for the linked document.
FairAcre Press and multiple poets inspire and move us- see link.
Anna (Paediatrician) uses sharpie pens to make drawings. See the link for another lovely creation.
Fizzah describes her journey into writing and editing. She combines it with her work in medicine.
Heidi is an EM Consultant who champions creativity in medicine through staff and her own drawing. Do find out more via our link.
Clara describes what singing in her band is like and her passion for music
our cRxeate. Fellow Vet Student who loves to paint - read more here about her passion
John, a retired Physician specialising in Endocrinology has had many articles published. Here he describes how his literature passion began!
Julia, our cRxeate. Fellow and head of JoyfulDoctor Art describes how she finds making art helpful in our link. see her wonderful pet paintings via https://www.joyfuldoctor.com/pages/pet-paintings
Dr Roshni Beeharry, physician and medical educator, cRxeate. Fellow, shares her passion for creative writing and examples of her work in this link.
Dr Gordon Caldwell ,our cRxeate. Fellow, tells us why he likes to make photos- he has a strong eye for composition.
Chisom describes her pathway through medicine and art in the linked document. She paints using gouache.
our cRxeate. Fellow desribes a passion for knitting and sewing
Our cRxeate. Fellow works in ink to produce intense and beautiful works. Do see the link for what she says about her work.
printmaking and a DIY workshop for beginners by cRxeate. Fellow Dr Jo Bowen
Our cRxeate. Fellow will post on this soon. In the meantime do you fancy looking at the East London based Royal Drawing School link- so many courses there to inspire and revive with.
if this is your choice of 'expressive art' please join us as a cRxeate. Fellow. You could be in the audience or a performer. Creativity and humour have big links. The Edinburgh Fringe is worth a look in in August. Much to enjoy every day and night there! There are many links between creativity and humour- haha! aha!- and we will explore this more in our links and blog soon.
Join is and help cRxeate. this mini portfolio with a link as one of our Fellows. We also recommend a trip to the Textile and Fashion Museum in Bermondsey-see link here
The loaded brush- what can it do for you? Please speak up about what creativity means to you as a doctor, dentist or vet- write for our blog maybe? link to our artist showcase here..
There is evidence life drawing helps with trainee's observational skills in medicine. Our cRxeate Fellow Lucy describes how it feels in this link. see our Events page for life drawing events.
cRxeate. Fellow Dr Cathy Wield, a published author, SAS Emergency Medicine, describes her passion for writing via this link. She is part of our creative writing Fellowship.
Look up our resource section on wellness and creativity via this link!
in progress- do join as a cRxeate. Fellow here!
look up the City Lit for 5000 courses on the arts including music, drama, fine art- they come very highly recommended. Take up something new, revisit rusky skills- see the link here! We also recommend The Open University humanities courses -embracing philosophy, history of art, classical history etc. They provide short and longer courses up to PG level.
mini workshop idea- pick one of the boxes in this section and imagine yourself actually doing the art form described. what comes up for you? note positives and barriers. see resources 2 for help here. try to explore new hobbies and social groups. protects against burnout risks.
creativity workshops are suggested in our resource section on wellness-go see via this link. let us know how you get on or if you need help!