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Research Projects in the Master Degree course Intermedial Art Therapy

2008: Interdisciplinary Symposium on »Aesthetics and Oncology« in cooperation with the private cancer clinic SanaFontis in Freiburg, the Tumor Center Ludwig Heilmeyer - Comprehensive Cancer Center Freiburg and the Department of Tumor Biology Freiburg.

2010: Study on »Possibilities of art therapy in coping with the illness of MS patients« in cooperation with the SanaKlinik, Bad Wildbad.

2011: Research project »Dialogic Inquiry: Word and Image«. An interdisciplinary project in cooperation with the Appalachian State University, North Carolina (USA).

2011: Poetry therapy with disadvantaged young people, in cooperation with the Stiftung Eigensinn, Freudenstadt.

2012 - 2013: Development of a body and art-oriented curriculum to promote perceptions in medical care. Financed by Klinikum Itzehoe.

2012 - 2015: Research project »Cultural Participation of People with Dementia in the Museum Space«, in cooperation with the Lehmbruck Museum Duisburg, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

ongoing: A qualification measure for the ambulance service: module for perceptions and health (WaGe) with the support of the Björn Steiger Foundation.

ongoing: Establishment of an open studio for people with dementia in the early stages. With resources of the ministry for family, seniors, women and health.

ongoing: »Art and coping with brain tumor patients and relatives in the museum space«, in cooperation with the Department of Neurosurgery/University Hospital Münster and the Art Museum Pablo Picasso Münster.

ongoing: Evaluation project »art and healthy« in cooperation with STADTKULTUR Netzwerk Bayerischer Städte e.V.

planned: Person-centered and responsive accompaniment of the mourning process of children and adolescents. In cooperation with Trauerland - Center for Mourning Children and Adolescents e. V. and financed by the AOK.

Artistic Research

Prof. Dr. Lucia Rainer

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