‘Artists practising well’ highlights the importance of affective support for artists who work in heath and wellbeing contexts
The research aims to explore three core questions: what is the current state of affective support for artists working in health and wellbeing contexts? What kinds of affective support could be most useful for creative practitioners working in arts for health and wellbeing? Is there a common understanding of what good practitioner support looks like in participatory arts for/in health and wellbeing?
- Nicola Naismith
- Chris Fremantle, Professor Emeritus Anne Douglas
- Gray’s School of Art
- 31 March 2019
Read the Artists practising well abstract and download as a pdf from the Robert Gordon University research repository.