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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:


Gallery and Beyond: Training to Transform Good Times

Michelle Weiner (2015), Dulwich Picture Gallery

Social Prescribing: A Review of Community Referral Schemes

Thomson, L.J., Camic, P.M., Chatterjee, H.J. (2015). University College London.

Theorizing How Art Gallery Interventions Impact People With Dementia and Their Caregivers

Camic, P.M., Baker, E.L., Tischler, V. (2015).

Publication: The Gerontologist

"Fingerpaints and Masterpieces: Babies in the Art Museum"

Cabral, M., Phillips-Staley, E. (2015)

Book of Proceedings, END Education Conference for Education and New Developments, Porto, Portugal 27-29 June 2015 

Mark Making: The Value of Arts and Cultural Activities for People Living with Dementia

Dr. Hannah Zeilig, University of the Arts, Dr. Chris Fox (Univ. of East Anglia) and John Killick

Current Case Study, 2014

'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.

‘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.