An exhibition of ceramic artworks will complement a Noosa conference focused on how story-telling can help health and human service professionals appreciate humanism and well-being.
The exhibition, titled 'Earth Stories', is by award-winning artist and CQUni Noosa campus Masters student Lisa Brummel. Lisa is an emerging artist whose preferred medium is raku fired ceramic vessels.
The conference at CQUniversity Noosa on Monday February 8 will attract scholars, researchers, students, artists and practitioners working in areas such as mental health, nursing, creative and performing arts, popular culture, humanities, midwifery, occupational therapy and social work.
The inaugural Narrative, Health and Wellbeing Research Conference includes keynote presentations by Professor Tracy Levett-Jones (Uni of Newcastle) and Dr Louise Byrne (CQUni).
Professor Levett-Jones will address the ‘power and potential of story-telling’ and Dr Byrne (a ‘lived experience’ mental health academic) will provide a melodic narrative drawing on her musical talents.
Narrative, Health and Wellbeing Research Conference
Monday 8 February
CQUniversity Noosa, Noosaville
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