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Community-Based Art Therapy: Case Study Of Queens Museum
 

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The following presentation is a case study of the ArtAccess program at Queens Museum of Art which uses a community based approach to art therapy. In the presentation notes information is provided ...

The following presentation is a case study of the ArtAccess program at Queens Museum of Art which uses a community based approach to art therapy. In the presentation notes information is provided about Art as Therapy, Community-Based Art therapy and how the museum puts theory into practice.

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Community-Based Art Therapy: Case Study Of Queens Museum Community-Based Art Therapy: Case Study Of Queens Museum Presentation Transcript

  • A Case Study: Queens Museum of Art A look at art therapy, advocacy and the community-based approach
  • Art as Therapy • Edith Kramer and the Art as Therapy approach • Embracing Process • Developing a “safe” space • Building community
  • Community-Based Approach • Creating a community • Studio Skills and inherent therapeutic principles • Creativity and Play • Providing a space to be accepted and acknowledged as a human being
  • Queens Museum ArtAccess
  • Advocacy • Participants and Community • Within your Organization • Building Programs • Research • Legislative
  • References: Safarjan, B. (2002).A primer for advancing psychology in the public sector. American Psychologist. 947-955. Waller, D. (2006).Art therapy for children:How it leads to change. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 11(2), 271-282. White, M. (2006).Establishing common ground in community- based arts in health. JRSH. 126(3), 128-133.