'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.
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