Research programme: Arts and creativity
The aim of this research programme is to bring together and
establish collaborations between researchers, practitioners and
service users interested in the relationship between Arts,
creativity and mental health.
Dr Sarah Cook, Reader at Sheffield Hallam
University, is the lead for this research programme. Areas
the group is interested to explore are: an occupational science
perspective on arts and creativity as occupation; therapeutic
engagement in the arts, media and creativity; community development
through the arts, media and creativity; thinking and learning
creatively; and research methods using creative media.
Sarah is a Phd supervisor, read her