Enabling multi-professional cooperation is really important in promoting cultural well-being

3.3.2022 - 09:00

Suvi Kelloniemi participated in Creativity, health and well-being course, made possible by the cooperation of the University of the Arts Helsinki and Metropolia. The course is part of Creativity and Arts in Social and Health Fields Master's degree program.

Suvi tells about her studies:

Suvi Kelloniemi“While studying at Uniarts Helsinki, I took one course called Creativity, Health and Well-Being (10 ECTS) organized by CRASH Master’s Degree Programme. My participation was made possible by cooperation between Uniarts Helsinki and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.

I later graduated as a Master of Arts in Dance Performance (Theatre Academy), and as a dancer I am hugely interested in the social potential of arts, as well as the unifying possibilities of bodily movement. The course offered by Metropolia was a very suitable addition to my study register.

I was very eager to learn about the different positions of my fellow students in their working lives, and I feel I gained a lot of valuable information about the structures of cultural and social/health fields by joining the CRASH study module. I’m really looking forward to the final theses of graduating students! The atmosphere during the course was very inspirational and I truly enjoyed the lectures. Multiprofessional collaboration is extremely important as cultural well-being is taking increasingly more space in the Finnish society.”

Suvi's photo: Laura Malmivaara

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Creativity and Arts in Social and Health Fields Master's degree program