Case Studies

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Art at the Heart of the RUH: Arts In Health – The Next Generation (Fusion 2015)

This project, exhibition and collaboration Bath Spa University (BSU) is a great example of a successful on-going partnership that has spanned a decade and has opened doors for around 70 young people to date seeking a career in the arts and health sector, including BA and MA level students, Musicians and Artists.

Name of Organisation:

Art at the Heart of the RUH

 

Title of project/programme:

Arts in Health: The Next Generation (Fusion 2015)

 

Dates of project/programme:

October 2014 – October 2015

Summary

Over the last five years the Arts in Health sector has grown considerably in terms of awareness and popularity amongst the wider community, not just amongst art practitioners and organisations. This is fantastic and thoroughly well-deserved for the sector. However, whilst demand for best practice experience and knowledge in this area is growing steadily year by year, the number of organisations offering student opportunities is still relatively low and is not sufficiently meeting demand. AATH’s project, exhibition and collaboration with Bath Spa University (BSU) ‘Fusion: Where Two Minds Collide’ is a great example of a successful on-going partnership that has spanned a decade and has opened doors for around 70 young people to date seeking a career in the arts and health sector, including BA and MA level students, Musicians and Artists.

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