24 Mar 2011 - Ordinary Extraordinary
The exhibition launch March 24th was well attended by staff, students and invited guests
Eithne Hunt, Occupational Therapy Lecturer and Member of Jennings Gallery Committee, pictured on the left, with Mr Michael Murphy, President UCC, and Prof Fiona Gibbon, Head of School of Clinical Therapies
The theme for this year's creative activity sessions and resulting exhibition is Ordinary Extraordinary. The students were invited to respond to the following quote on their creative sessions: Occupation has been defined as 'all of the ordinary and extraordinary things people do at thome, at work and in their community to occupy their time' (Hocking, 2003, p. 190).
The Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy
The Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy at UCC is proud to announce an exhibit of textile works and prints by 1st Year Occupational Therapy Students
Students are encouraged to learn more about themselves as occupational beings and extend this understanding to their family, friends and the people with whom they will work in teh future. First year is all about 'what people do in their everyday lives and the world in which they do it.'
The School of Clinical Therapies
The Dept of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy at UCC is proud to announce an exhibit of textile works and prints by 1st Year Occupational Therapy Students
first year [2010 - 2011] occupational therapy students exhibition of creative works
24 march - 4 may 2011
Students design and execute prints at Cork Printmakers
Occupational therapists need to understand the centrality of creativity to all people and the essential link between occupation and health and well-being, just as they understand the centrality of occupation in every daily life.
Ms Niamh Crowley makes a speech about the process of creating the works and thanks those involved with the exhibition.
Textile work by OT student
Each year there is a designated theme for the students to explore in their creative activities. The chosen theme reflects the philosophy and content of the year one curriculum.
Dept of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Lecturers
Ms Clare O'Sullivan and Ms Erin Riley