Melbourne City, Victoria – Australia ‘La Trobe’s Art Therapy Masterclass & Workshop Day’ at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Photographs by Karen Robinson March 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments – Gillian and I attended the Friday Lecture about ‘The wellbeing effects of participating in art making – what the evidence tells us’; ‘Who is an artist? Looking at the social currency around the term and identity, challenging the norms’; ‘Children and youth – building supportive self-care strategies using art’ and then we took ourselves into see an exhibition ajoining the lectures centre featuring the work of Yayoi Kusama. Japanese artist and one of the most celebrated living artists.

Melbourne City, Victoria - Australia 'La Trobe's Art Therapy Masterclass and Workshop Day' at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Photographs by Karen Robinson March 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments - Gillian and I attended the Friday Lecture about 'The wellbeing effects of participating in art making - what the evidence tells us'; 'Who is an artist? Looking at the social currency around the term and identity, challenging the norms'; 'Children and youth - building supportive self-care strategies using art' and then we took ourselves into see an exhibition ajoining the lectures centre featuring the work of Yayoi Kusama. Japanese artist and one of the most celebrated living artists.

Melbourne City, Victoria – Australia ‘La Trobe’s Art Therapy Masterclass and Workshop Day’ at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).

Melbourne City, Victoria – Australia ‘La Trobe’s Art Therapy Masterclass and Workshop Day’ at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Photographs by Karen Robinson March 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments – Gillian and I attended the Friday Lecture about ‘The wellbeing effects of participating in art making – what the evidence tells us’; ‘Who is an artist? Looking at the social currency around the term and identity, challenging the norms’; ‘Children and youth – building supportive self-care strategies using art’ and then we took ourselves into see an exhibition ajoining the lectures centre featuring the work of Yayoi Kusama. Japanese artist and one of the most celebrated living artists.

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