MORNING CONFERENCE 24 SEPTEMBER 2021
10.00 -13.30 hrs Central European Time
Due to the postponement of the international conference until September 2022, ECArTE is hosting a half-day conference delivered in partnership with Vilnius University, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Vilnius Academy of Music and Theatre and Vilnius Academy of Arts. The programme is free of charge and open to all.
Please register below. The administrator will send the zoom invitation via email.
MORNING CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (subject to change)
10.00 to 13.30 hours Central European Time
Welcome: Richard Hougham, Marián López Fernández Cao, Robert van den Broek
Welcome: Algirdas Utkus, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University
The Art Therapies in Lithuania
Vilmantė Aleksienė: Head of Arts Therapy Master Program of Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine and Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
Audronė Brazauskaitė: Vilnius University Medical faculty Arts Therapies master programme
Janek DubowskiL: Senior Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Roehampton: London
‘An Ancient Memory from the Distant Past and the Arts Therapies now and for
Keynote responses, questions and discussions
Chaired by Marian Cao and Robert van den Broek
Sigita Lesinskiene: Head of Clinic of Psychiatry, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University
Margaret Hills de Zarate: Honorary Senior Lecturer, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
Uwe Herrmann: Professor of Art Therapy on the MA in Art Therapy at Weissensee Academy of Art Berlin
SATTIE (State of the Arts Therapies Training in Europe);
Publication: ‘Imagining Windmills’ (Routledge), Richard Hougham
ECArTE/ICRA International Research in the Arts Therapies series
Series editors; Diane Waller and Sarah Scoble
BOOK LAUNCH ‘Arts Therapies and the Mental Health of Children and Young People’, (Routledge) with selected presentations.
Introduced by Salvo Pitruzzella, Margaret Hills de Zarate and Uwe Herrmann