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Beauty and Utility Arts

Beauty and Utility Arts specialises in developing and managing Arts and Health projects; creative work with vulnerable groups/individuals that supports social change and increases wellbeing.

In 2012 we were proud to be involved with three projects as part of the Leicestershire County Council funded Innovation Challenge phase one, managed by Community Catalysts.

Follow this link for more detail about the three Beauty and Utility Arts projects

Posted in: Innovation Challenge Project

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  1. Helen Turner says:

    January 17, 2013 at 9:17 am

    Katherine from Beauty and Utilty arts has contributed in many excellent ways to the Innovation Challenge programme. In particular she has shown us how getting to grips with social media and new technologies can help to get a message across. The blog, dvd and booklet she produced about the St Mary’s project has been colourful and full of quotes and pictures. Plus it has been very well received amongst commissioners here in Leicestershire.

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