Andrew Lockhart: psychotherapist and fine art graduate

Andrew Lockhart studied fine art and later retrained and now practices as a psychotherapist.

During the interview Andrew discusses what, in his opinion, makes art education special and how these qualities are also useful in his psychotherapy work.

Andrew is a psychotherapist in private practice in London. Prior to this he worked in creative and management roles in the media, education and voluntary sectors. Work has included curating exhibitions, exhibiting in galleries, lecturing in Arts and Design History, interviewing artists and craftspeople for gallery education projects, working for the BBC in production and management roles, developing science and history programmes for independent TV companies and running community regeneration projects. He is also the trustee of a number of charities.

This film was commissioned by Artquest as part of An Arts Foundation, six filmed interviews with a diverse group of individuals who have all gone through an art school education but have shifted career-path later in life. 

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