Art, Health, Education, Environment 

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The purpose of this journal is to discuss the relationship between art derived from nature in regards to health and education settings. The aesthetics of art inspired by landscape, botany and ecology can develop engaging spaces for schools and healthcare providers.

This journal will profile how artworks using natural materials (including biodiversity gardens as forms of art), can be used in the development of indoor and outdoor studios within schools, libraries and healthcare services. These art studios can offer spaces of refuge and rejuvenation, and facilitate the promotion of well being.

Projects profiled in Art, Health, Education and Environment are supported by Create Louth (The Arts Service of Louth Local Authorities) and the Environment Section of Louth County Council.

The projects profiled were developed by Pamela Whitaker, Groundswell

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