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Discussion: Healing As Activism, Art as Public Health

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2017
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Discussion: Healing As Activism, Art as Public Health

A Discussion hosted by Heleyni and Marika Pratley.

This forum consisted of of two lectures. An exploration of their own experiences of trauma and the tools within art which have been used for trauma recovery. This discussion addressed questions around whether art is an extension of public health.

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