It’s Nice to Make

'It’s Nice to Make' is a participatory project led by senior lecturer Mah Rana.

Date: 11 March 2013

It’s Nice to Make is a participatory project led by senior lecturer Mah Rana, exploring the extent to which engagement with a craft activity can promote well-being and positive self esteem for adults with acquired brain injury. It is currently running at Headway East London, a community centre supporting people affected by brain injury. Andreea Bogdan, artist in residence in the School of Design, documents the project in a short film.

It’s Nice to Make will be presented at the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities Showcase event at The Congress Centre, London on the 12th March 2013.

News details

Date Tuesday 12 March 2013
Venue The Congress Centre
Programme Connected Communities Showcase
Website It's Nice to Make

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