We are very pleased to have recruited five students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities; 1 master’s student in Photography, 2 x level I Media Communication students, and 2 x level II Media Communication students.
The students have been attending weekly sessions at the Belgrade over this last term to get to know the project participants. By end of this term, the students will produce a film and photography exhibition. The focus for these creative outputs will be used to disseminate and promote the Arts Gymnasium project, particularly from participants’ personal perspectives.
A paper sharing the project findings to date including how the Belgrade are making drama accessible to the 50+ community in Coventry has been accepted for presentation at the Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference and Exchange, 19–23 Jun 2017, in Bristol.
If you would like to keep up to date with more news about the Arts Gymnasium project please contact Katherine Wimpenny or visit the Arts Gymnasium project page: http://dmll.org.uk/projects/the-arts-gymnasium/