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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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Beginning in June, Art Therapy Today (ATT) will switch from the current weekly schedule to bi-weekly (or twice a month). You will receive the next issue on June 13th, 2019. Here are ways to stay up-to-date on art therapy news everyday.

source: AATA National Office

With only two weeks left before Early Bird closes on June 14, our...

source: Susan Boxer Kappel, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT, CGP, Conference Chair

On May 29, 2019 the Connecticut House of Representatives voted...

source: AATA National Office

Dr. Michael A. Franklin is the chair of the graduate Transpersonal Art Therapy program at Naropa University and founder of the undergraduate art therapy program and the Naropa Community Art Studio. Throughout his career, Michael has...

source: Entertalk

Tom Donnellan never considered himself an artist until his sessions at Augustana Open Circle Adult Day Center in Hopkins. "It relieves tension and gives you a sense of achievement," Donnellan said. Donnellan, an Open Circle member, is one of more than 15 people who are...

source: KARE

This art might not heal visible scars. But it does something special to a warrior’s heart. “How military medicine is addressing some really tough issues with our service members in a really creative way,”...

source: WIJA-TV


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