The McGill Art Hive Initiative (MAHI) was launched on November 28, 2017. The launch, which attracted more than 100 people, drew together faculty members and students from the Faculty of Nursing, Communications, Education, Anthropology, Architecture, Philosophy, Art Therapy and the Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies. Supporters of creative arts therapies, along with artists, art educators and colleagues from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts also joined us. In the time that the MAHI has been running, it has collaborated with more than twenty units, student societies and creative initiatives on campus, making community and promoting well-being through the arts.

The McGill Art Hive is principally an Open Studio, aiming also at:

_Working together with diverse McGill units

_Encouraging creative collaboration and participation

_Supporting teaching and learning through the arts

_Developing community initiatives

_Participating in creative research practices

_Organizing exhibitions, performances and other art events

_Recycling and Reusing materials and supplies

 

The MAHI Team is composed by Dr. Claudia Mitchell (Director), Dr. Maria Ezcurra (Art Facilitator) and Sadaf Farookhi (Coordinator).

More information: https://mcgill.ca/mahi/

 

McGill Art Hive Initiative Space, Faculty of Education, McGill University

 

MAHI Art Supplies and Recycled Materials

 

Workshops at the McGill Compassion Day in the McGill Art Hive Initiative

 

Workshops at the McGill Compassion Day in the McGill Art Hive Initiative

 

Students Working on Class Assignments at the MAHI

 

Students Working on Class Assignments at the MAHI

 

Student making art at the MAHI

 

Students working collaboratively at the MAHI

 

     MAHI Visitors

 

Launch of the McGill Art Hive Recycling Campaign

 

 

 

 

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