Embodied Research MethodologiesAn International and Interdisciplinary Symposium12th June 2014Centre for Arts Therapies Research (CATR)Department of PsychologyUniversity of RoehamptonThis international and interdisciplinary symposium will be participative and engaging. Artists, therapists and scientists will discuss and perform their work, and together we will consider the implications and envisage a future that takes forward the vital project for employing collaborative, embodied, artistic…See More
The next exciting CATR event is Wednesday 13th February, 6-8pm.A screening of the film Breath Made VisibleFollowed by Q&A discussion with Joe Moran and Beatrice Allegranti exploring the, oftentimes contentious, boundaries between performance and therapy in dance.Only 50 tickets available - book your free ticket here:http://breathmadevisible.eventbrite.co.uk/See More
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