A two day conference organised by Arts and Culture and the MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health at Queen Mary University of London
17-18 May 2019 | QMUL Mile End | ArtsTwo Lecture Theatre
This two-day conference explores productive, radical, contemporary encounters between the arts and mental health, bringing together clinical, artistic and research perspectives that offer a re-interpretation of contemporary mental health science and practice.
Thematic sessions will range from the importance of narrative and meaning making in mental health, to the pedagogical use of the arts as progressive intervention, and arguments for a radical shift in mental health practice. The programme is enriched by theatre performances on the theme of mental health and an art exhibition. Delegates will have the opportunity to contribute their responses through a 'long table' discussion; this will provide the stimulus for the panel discussion with stakeholders and international experts that will round off the conference.
We welcome mental health professionals, researchers and any members of the general public interested in the way the arts can contribute to mental health.
For more information please contact: Maria Turri firstname.lastname@example.org
Enter the discount code – QUEENMARY – when booking tickets
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