Students on our acclaimed Inclusive Arts Practice MA are at Tate Modern this week as part of the creative exchange module, exploring the theme Resourcefulness, Art and Everyday Life.
Award-winning lecturer Alice Fox leads this ground-breaking MA, which equips students with the skills to manage arts projects with diverse and marginalised groups.
The MA’s creative exchange module introduces and interrogates the ideas and practices of inclusive arts practice through readings, tutor-facilitated workshops and peer discussion and takes place at Tate Modern this week.
It includes issues and debates around the similarities and differences between disability arts, art therapy, occupational therapy and inclusive arts practice, and other approaches to collaboration and inclusion.
Find out more about the Inclusive Arts Practice MA.