New collaborative exhibition – ‘Inside Out’ by MA students from University of South Wales

 

 

 

Barnabas Arts House will be hosting ‘Inside Out’ from 22 to 29 April.

‘Inside Out’ is a collaboration between first year MA Art Psychotherapy and Music Therapy students, which brings together their individual and collective experience of self-reflection and expression through the means of their own creativity and art practices. There will be a live performance taking place on the performance evening (Tues 26 April: 6-8pm) in which the music therapy students will respond to the visual works presented.

Arts therapies create a platform for communication when feelings are not easily expressed through words. They allow practitioners to facilitate the expression of the unconscious in a safe place, and therefore allow clients and patients to work through their emotions by bringing the ‘inside out’. 

Arts therapists continue with their own creative practices in order to gain the necessary skills and understanding needed for the therapeutic process to be successful. This exhibition invites the viewer to respond to the work of the artists and musicians and consider the power of image and music making. 

Entry to the exhibition is free and is open very day 9.30am-4.30pm (except CLOSED Monday).

 

Please note extended opening hours to usual.

Whilst the exhibition is open, the BAH Café will NOT be open Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday.

Comments are closed.