Encounter

Seminar Sharing and Exhibition

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Professionals working in the arts, cultural, heritage, education or public health sectors are warmly invited to join HertsCreation for a seminar to share findings from their research and development project Encounter, exploring sculpture and wellbeing with two groups of young people from Watford.

2.30 – 4.45 pm Wednesday, September 30th  at Watford Museum, 194 High Street, Watford, Herts WD17 2DT.

Exhibition continues from Thursday 1 October to Saturday 31 October

Directions: http://www.watfordmuseum.org.uk/info.html

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In the seminar, we will share examples of our way of working and offer:

  • Findings from our project in relation to our key research question, “How might understandings of ways of working with materials and building techniques support greater, self-awareness, wellbeing and resilience?”
  • Case studies of young people’s work and responses
  • Practical activities to illustrate practice
  • Discussions and structured activity to explore potential ways forward for arts practitioners and organisations in Watford and Hertfordshire to identify new opportunities and prepare for the Hertfordshire Arts and Wellbeing conference in October 2015.

Places are limited. To confirm a booking please email admin@hertscreation.com

For further enquiries, please contact Martin Heaney: martin@hertscreation.com

With many thanks to funders, Arts Council England, Watford Borough Council, Watford Community Housing Trust, and Francis Combe Academy and generous supporters Watford Museum, Signpost and the YMCA.

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