is the National Organization for
Arts in Health.
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What We Do
NOAH is a catalyst for the collective voices of arts in health;
coordinating, advocating, and amplifying the impacts of the arts on health and wellbeing.
Arts in health is an integral component to health and wellbeing.
To unite, advance, and serve the field of arts in health.
Become a Member. Get Involved.
When you join NOAH, you’ll appear in our member directory map, have the opportunity to participate in our Research and Professionalization Labs, add your events to the NOAH Event Calendar, and join an open NOAH Committee.
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What is Arts in Health?
Arts in health is a field dedicated to using the power of the arts to enhance health and well-being in diverse institutional and community contexts.
Comprised of many subfields and affiliated fields, arts in health supports health as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
— Arts, Health, & Well-being in America, NOAH, 2017
Code of Ethics & Standards for Arts in Health Professionals
We’ve published NOAH-endorsed Code of Ethics and Standards for Arts in Health Professionals, foundational documents to further professionalization of the field.
Are you on the map? Our Members are listed in our National Arts in Health Directory!
You can search the directory by name, organization, location, or interests!
Ways to Engage
The NOAH Research Lab video conference calls are a monthly chance for you to learn and connect around arts in health research.
Arts in Health Blog
We love to share our members’ news, events, call for proposals, publications, and job opportunities.
Join us for a webinar series that explores the NOAH Code of Ethics and Standards for Arts in Health Professionals.
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