New MA Arts, Health and Wellbeing at Plymouth Marjon University

Interested in developing your research and practice in the field of arts and health? Plymouth Marjon University is hosting a Postgraduate Open Evening 27th Jan for their new MA Arts, Health and Wellbeing.

Are you interested in developing your research and practice in the field of arts and health?

Plymouth Marjon University are launching a new MA Arts, Health and Wellbeing, led by  Dr. Kate Massey-Chase. Sign up to join the Open Evening and find out more here: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/open-days/?gclid=CjwKCAiA24SPBhB0EiwAjBgkhpp_73_6rK1Xo7kKL5bR_jXv43H1uc4pQ03ee5pfz1uTC8NNp8h-2BoCVo8QAvD_BwE 

This new MA in Arts, Health and Wellbeing examines critical concepts and diverse contexts to explore the relationship between the arts and health/wellbeing, from individual, social and ecological perspectives. Taught by experienced practitioners and drawing on cutting edge research, this course will offer the chance to ask important questions and find new ways to support the health and wellbeing of groups and individuals, through the arts. The term ‘arts’ here is used in an expansive and cross-disciplinary capacity, enabling students to centre creativity within their practice(s), rather than being tied to a singular discipline. It also recognises the “artistry” of caring for others: the art of touch, listening, responding and imagining. This MA is practice-based, as well as developing students’ research skills and scholarship. Students will develop their facilitation skills, examining how we work with individuals and groups in creative, ethical and sustainable ways.

Can’t make the Open Day? Feel free to email Programme Lead, Dr. Kate Massey-Chase on KMassey-Chase[at]marjon.ac.uk to ask any questions or find out more about the course.

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