Publications and articles by members of the Art Refuge UK team
Bobby Lloyd, Naomi Press and Miriam Usiskin: 'The Calais winds took our plans away': art therapy as shelter, To be published early 2018 in International Journal of Applied Arts and Health, Arts therapies and Crisis Intervention – Special Issue
Jess Linton: A Natural Response to a Natural Disaster: The Art of Crisis in Nepal, Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, Autumn 2017
Article written about creative programmes in Calais, featuring our work:
Bobby Lloyd: ‘Allies in Inhabitation’, in: Munn, A. (2014) ‘Fly Away Home’, Open Air Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Bobby Lloyd with Debra Kalmanowitz (Art Therapy Initiative):
(2011) Inside-out Outside-in: Found Objects and Portable Studio, in Art in Action: Expressive Arts Therapy and Social
Change, edited by Ellen G. Levine and Stephen K. Levine, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers
(2005) Art Therapy and Political Violence: With art, without illusion’, London, New York, Routledge.
(2002) Inhabiting the Uninhabitable: the use of art-making with teachers in South West Kosovo, Special edition: ‘Coping with Dissension, Aggression and Violence’, Vol. 29, 1, The Arts in Psychotherapy, USA, Elsevier Science. With contributions from Anna Kalin
(2000) Art therapy in a central London refugee family centre’ in ‘Exile: Refugees and the Arts Therapies’, ed. Ditty
Dokter, University of Hertfordshire, Faculty of Art and Design Press.
(1999) Fragments of Art at Work: Art Therapy in the former Yugoslavia, in The Arts in Psychotherapy Special Issue:
'Healing Troubled Communities through the Arts', USA: Elsevier Science, Vol. 26, No. 1.
(1997) The Portable Studio: art therapy and political conflict: initiatives in the former Yugoslavia and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. London: Health Education Authority.
(1997) A Question of Translation: Transporting Art Therapy to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in 'Arts Therapies, Refugees and Migrants: Reaching Across Borders', ed. Ditty Dokter, London: Jessica Kingsley Publications.
A report by Jungle News
A Dartmouth Films production for Tariq Ali's The World Today, about life in the makeshift Calais refugee camp, February 2016.
A film by Jungle-News, 2016