Dr Loraine Leeson featured in the Tetley Feast
8 September 2015
In an article entitled ‘Giving More Than You Take’ Loraine speaks from her experience of teaching socially engaged art practice to raise questions about the ethics, responsibilities and practicalities of facilitating student participation in community-based projects.
Title: The Tetley Feast: documentation and critical reflections
Author: David Collins (Ed.)
Publisher: Leeds College of Art
Date: August 2015
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