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We are the world's first purpose-built public art gallery.
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Research and Publications

We develop innovative education programmes through research, evaluation, and sharing our findings. Our pioneering programmes are detailed in publications and case studies below:

'Viewing and Making Art Together: A Gallery-based intervention for people with dementia and their caregivers.'

Camic, P.M., Tischler, V. & Pearman, C. (2013). Canterbury Christ Church University.‘

Publication: Ageing & Mental Health. 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13607863.2013.818101

‘The Art-Gallery as a Resource’ - for recovery of psychosis sufferers

Colbert, S.M., Cooke, A., Camic. P.M. & Springham, N. (2013). Oxleas NHS Trust.

Publication: The Arts in Psychotherapy, 40, 250-256

‘Art galleries, Episodic Memory and Verbal Fluency in Dementia’ An exploratory study. 

Eeckelaar, C., Camic, P.M. & Springham, N. (2012). Canterbury Christ Church University.

Publication: Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, 6(3), 262-272.  DOI: 10.1037/a0027499. Harper, S. & Hamblin, K. (2010).

Oxford University Institute for Ageing 3 year research project.

Harper, S. & Hamblin, K. (2010).  

Publication: ‘This is Living’. Good Times: Art for Older People at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

‘Museums in Health and Wellbeing’ 2013

Helen Chaterjee and Guy Noble, University College London.

Review – MA Journal 2014

Current ongoing evaluation:

Visual to Vocal (2014) Partnership with English Touring Opera, Gallery Performance Project for 20 people with dementia and their carers.

Camic, P.M. Canterbury Christ Church University.