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Community Involvement & Learning: Partnerships with Tate Modern

Liz Ellis, Curator Community Learning at Tate Modern has endorsed this collaboration 2000-2012 as "an excellent example of local and national community partnership work in action, enabling Tate to work in collaboration with creative and diverse communities and providing opportunities for Tate Modern to develop as a truly shared public space."

2012: With Emergence as part of the former Arts & Creativity Programme Management -An exciting new gallery leadership programme co- devised with Liz Ellis, Tate Community Education Curator. For people who have a lived experience of personality disorder.

2009- 2012:With Emergence as part of the former Arts & Creativity Programme Management: Regular Arts and Social Network programme Art into Life access in the gallery, artists in conversations & an MWIA

2007: With Personality Plus: Launch of the the new national project commissioned by DoH and co- funded by ACE

2000: Arts and Health Training Programme

2000: I Am: Launch of the London iam Network, developing a a forum of arts and mental health

1998-1999: With Action for the Blind, co developing the award winning audio tours for visually impaired gallery visitors

1998: As gallery Educator at Tate Britain and outreach artist with schools in Southwark & Globe Theatre

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