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Finding the proper place for the arts in education: Visual arts

Works of art — whether abstract or literal depictions of reality — expand the mind. Nonverbal by nature, visual art erases barriers allowing communication to flow unhindered by nationality or language. Both creating and viewing...

source: By Sheilamary Koch
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Kimberly Nguyễn is a second-year student of Emporia State University’s Art Therapy and Clinical...

source: AATA National Office

On the third floor of a warehouse near Halyard Park in Milwaukee, Lori Vance strides across an airy, loft-like studio space. Express Yourself MKE serves about 16 juvenile detention centers, mental health facilities and schools in the metro area. Groups of four instructors...

source: Milwaukee Magazine

In recognition of April as National Autism Awareness month, Jacoby Arts Center presents “Art in the World of Autism,” which coincides with the upcoming Bankside Repertory Theatre Company’s production, “Falling,”...

source: The Telegraph

Art therapy is a growing trend. A year and a half ago, a program was started with patients at the Indiana University Neuroscience Center. It’s now also used as a tool for some of the center’s healthcare workers to decrease stress and avoid burnout. Dr. Bob...

source: WFYI

“April 16-20, 2018, is Specialized Instructional...

source: AATA National Office

Early Bird registration for the American Art Therapy Association’s...

source: Heidi Tournoux-Hanshaw, MA, LPC-AT-S, ATR-BC, ATCS, Conference Chair


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