“A heartfelt thanks to you and your team for organising such a well structured, jam packed and varied conference programme delivered by a range of high quality speakers and presenters.” Previous conference delegate.


Sponsorship Packages

We offer Sponsorship Packages as part of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference in support of our Pay It Forward Scheme*. With three different packages ranging from exhibitor (£300), Associate Sponsor (£800), Headline Sponsor (£1500), all sponsorship packages include delegate tickets for sponsors and branded virtual booths.

Download our Sponsorship Deck HERE or email us on for more information.

As part of our 2021 Pay It Forward Scheme we are offering Arts in Medicine Fellows in Africa free delegate places to the conference. The Arts in Medicine fellowship is currently leading the largest arts in health network on the continent of Africa with 13 countries represented and over 400 members. Offering Fellows free delegate spaces to the conference is a valuable opportunity for Fellows who are working in remote parts of Africa to engage with people who are in need of healing in the context of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure health lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Your sponsorship is valuable in supporting their attendance.


Our Delegate Demographics

Our last Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference in 2017 involved over 444 delegates and speakers from 23 countries including; Australia; Canada; Denmark; England; Finland; Germany; India; Ireland; Italy; Lithuania; Malaysia; Netherlands; Norway; Scotland; Singapore; South Africa; Spain; Sweden; Thailand; Uganda; USA; Wales.


Delegates came from a range of sectors including;


19% from Health, Wellbeing, and the Care Sector (including NHS Trusts)

33% from the Creative, Cultural and Heritage Industries

32 % from Universities, the Academic Field and Research

16% from Local Authority or Public-Sector Organisations 


“This conference has, without a doubt, changed my life. Experiencing a range of approaches has given me invaluable insight and inspiration and challenged my thinking on different areas of arts and health. I’ve also learnt a lot about myself. Met some great visionaries too.”