We are delighted that our article on ‘late’ learning is now published in a Special Issue of Scuola Democratica,Edited by Anna Lisa Tota and Antonietta De Feo. Other articles in this rich SI address Disability and Arts Education, Prison Theatre, Epistemology, Educational Research Training, Teaching Sociology through social aesthetics, the School as a Temporary Exhibition Space, and two book reviews, one on A. Bayley’s Posthuman Pedagogies in Practice: Arts Based Approaches for Developing Participatory Futures (Palgrave MacMillan 2018)and one on Tia’s book on Hope in the same issue.)
We are delighted to announce that Gary Ansdell and the late Mercedes Pavlicevic have received the 2022 European Music Therapy Confederation Award.
Gary writes: “My heartfelt thanks to the European Music Therapy Confederation for this honour. Also on behalf of the late Mercedes Pavlicevic and her family, who will be thrilled to hear this news. ……”
You can read the full story here: https://careformusic.org/2022/06/11/gary-ansdell-and-mercedes-pavlicevic-receive-2022-european-music-therapy-conference-award/
We are thrilled to announce that the UK Mental Health and Wellbeing Awards 2021, Support During the Pandemic, was won by Care for Music Team Member, Fraser Simpson. Fraser won the award on behalf of Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy for his work that facilitates the Mountbatten Hospice Community Choir Project and other services at Mountbatten. The Community Choir Project was one of 17 shortlisted projects to be nominated for this prestigious award. Click on the title above to read more…