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Georgia Arben-Crowther is an artist with a BFA from the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford.  

Multidisciplinary and social, her practice is an ecosystem of participatory art, ceramic sculptures, murals and poetry. Her work dissects art as a transformative tool to present new models of creativity across healthcare settings. Rooted in concepts of psychodynamic theory and coexistence with nature, she explores concepts of loss, end of life and the intrinsic earthly desire to be held, nurtured and loved. She is currently training to be an Art Psychotherapist, with the Corinne Burton Student Scholarship at Goldsmiths, London.


Find her workshops here.

Click the circles below to see her work.


There is No Door,
yet There are Many Windows

Pod Life

Participatory Festivals

Abandoned House





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