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Annie Heaney

“Arundhati Roy has described Covid-19 as ‘a portal between this world and the next’ and talked about how we could choose to try and preserve the status quo…

Cameron Glass

“By the time the asset came around there could only be one avenue I wanted to explore. The need to improve planetary health and building back a wellbeing…

Thomas Hall

“As I’ve highlighted, art and health are closely interlinked, therefore it is important that the cultural arts remain a prominent part of our daily lives. I have taken…

Ronan Hill

“When coming up with an idea for my asset, one of the first things that came to mind was to create a video. This seemed like a great…

Liam Quinn

“For my asset I have decided to create a poster. This poster sets up the framework to understand the pre-existing issues within society and proposes ways that we…

Alastair Barron

“My asset is a card game and accompanying rule book by the name of Covid! Through it, I hoped to capture and communicate the many and varied lived…

Alexander Bell

“Working from this, in my asset, I shall aim to convey the mental health impacts of being isolated during the pandemic, from the perspective of college student cyclists…


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