Arts and Minds: Asemic Writing and Invented Text

By Sheila Ceccarelli (artist) and Yael Pilowsky Bankirer (Psychotherapist)

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.

Back to “Heart-Work” Arts and Wellbeing Project

Arts and Minds - Asemic Writing - week three -SC


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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