The Social Work Arts Group formed in response to a need for more creative spaces and creative ways of engaging in dialogue around CSSW. Acknowledging the need to represent the experience of social work and social workers-in-training, SWAG seeks to provide a forum for students to express themselves in their own way. SWAG believes that the practice of art deepens our social and intellectual capacity as social workers. Through various forms of expression, SWAG hopes to start a conversation that will strengthen our understanding of human relations.

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