Mothers make art: using participatory art to explore the transition to motherhood
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AbstractThis article explores the use of visual methods to explore women’s experience of pregnancy, childbirth and the adjustment to motherhood in a British context; it is particularly interested in thinking about whether visual methods can help deliver new insights into these experiences and what forms these might take. The work is not making universal claims about maternal experience, but rather is interested in the vibrancy, intensity and freshness that visual methods can bring to elucidate human experience.
CitationHogan, S. (2015) 'Mothers make art: using participatory art to explore the transition to motherhood', Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 6 (1):23
JournalJournal of Applied Arts & Health
Series/Report no.Vol. 6.