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Art Therapy Summer School

Announcing: Belfast, Northern Ireland
ART THERAPY SUMMER SCHOOL
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The Northern Ireland Group for Art as Therapy (NIGAT) is holding its Eleventh Art Therapy Summer School

from 21st July – 25th July 2003

in the University of Ulster at Belfast, York Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The Summer School is non-residential and features presentations and a choice of art therapy workshops. During the week attendees can decide if they wish choose to seek accreditation for the Summer School or not. Presenters and workshop leaders are art therapists from across the UK and Ireland. Various social events are also organised during the week. The annual Summer School has a strong reputation for providing a welcoming and stimulating experience and has attracted attendees from diverse countries.

You can access full details of the Summer School :
This links to a pdf version of the Summer School brochure

Please also visit the main NIGAT website

Previous Summer School attendees have commented:

“The workshop was very enjoyable, rewarding and refreshing, a great sense of loyalty and comradeship within the group.”

“I liked the way the programme includes theory in the mornings and hands on work in the afternoons.”

“I liked having a whole week! There was a variety of presentations and it was so well organised.”

Due to the popularity of the Summer School we recommend that if you are interested you book a place as soon as possible. Enquiries are welcome.

Caryl Sibbett

Art Therapist, NIGAT Vice-Chairperson.

NIGAT e-mail: nigat_uk@yahoo.co.uk

Summer School enquiries to: E-mail: cpdu@ulster.ac.uk

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