Head of Educational Programs – Art Therapy Study at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada
Stephen Legari is a registered art therapist and couple and family therapist. He holds a Master’s degree in art-therapy from Concordia University Concordia and another M.A. in couple and family therapy from McGill University McGill, where he won the award for clinical excellence.
He has worked with a range of populations in numerous clinical, educational and community contexts. In May 2017, he became head of art therapy programs at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. He is currently the world’s only art therapist working full-time in a museum. Mr. Legari is a member of the MMFA’s Art and Health Committee.
Join Stephen at Communicating the Arts Montreal for a masterclass shared among other with Nathalie Bondil, MMFA’s director, about “Art and Health: Innovation and Research at the MMFA”