This was the third session working with students at Cambourne Village College as part of the ‘Young People’s Pilot’, coordinated and managed Arts and Minds, a leading arts and mental health charity in Cambridgeshire.
Following on from week two A ‘Heart-Work’ Conversation, students were given the opportunity to further explore expressive mark making as a tool for self-expression and a vehicle for communication.
Whereas in the previous session students had made marks in response to each other’s work in the form of a ‘visual conversation’, in this session students worked alone.
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