Creativity & Well-being
n 2019, the Culture Days’ theme, **Creativity, the Arts and Well-being, examined how people in Canada perceive the contributions of arts and culture to impact their individual and collective well-being. In addition to this research, you can read more about our themed 2019 projectshere.
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Find more data and insights into the arts and community-building in Community Foundations of Canada’s report ‘Vital Signs: Arts & Belonging’, published in partnership with CAPACOA.
ARTS AND CULTURE’S IMPACT ON MENTAL WELL-BEING
72% of Canadians believe that arts and culture are important to our mental well-being, with 29% stating they are very important.
Hills Strategies has published about the arts and well-being over the years. Read the 2013 report ‘The Arts and Individual Well-Being in Canada’, and the 2019 report ‘The Arts in Canada: Setting the Stage for Well-Being’