Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning
The Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning was established in 2016 in response the squeeze on creativity and the arts in formal education and the opportunities for an increasing interest in the use of the arts in health and social care. As a result the centre takes a life course approach in stimulating, supporting and exploring engagement with creativity and the arts. The centre has an extensive network of collaborators from across arts/culture, education, health, academia and social care sectors.
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University of Chester
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University Of Leeds