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In August, the National Endowment for the Arts released data that estimated annual state-level arts participation from the years 2012-2015. In Kentucky, this study didn't make too much of a splash because across the board, when compared to other states, we didn’t...

source: WFPL-FM

Art is more than beautiful — it can be therapeutic. Studies show art therapy can reduce pain and anxiety in cancer patients. And one local woman who, despite a devastating diagnosis, learned things about herself over the course...

source: WITI-TV

The Red Pencil (International), in partnership with Child Rights & You (CRY), is seeking two art therapists to work with children from migrant families living in the outskirts of Delhi. The mission aims at promoting creative...

source: AATA

So far we’ve raised over $1,300 to help send up to ten New Professionals and Students to our largest education event of the year, the 2017 Annual Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our campaign will continue through...

source: AATA

The article “Active-Duty Military Service Members’ Visual Representations of PTSD and TBI in Masks” (Walker, Kaimal, Gonzaga, Myers-Coffman & DeGraba, 2017) is now available via open access on Taylor & Francis. In this article, published in the...

source: AATA

Here is an update to the announcement we made in December 2016 regarding the State of New York’s revision of its continuing education procedures for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists (LCATs). As previously...

source: Barbara Florence, Director, Events & Education


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