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作者:Shaun McNiff
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.3-9忆派国际
摘要:A feature presentation of Outsider Art in China coordinated by Guo Haiping together with an exploration of Daniel Wojcik’s Outsider Art: Visionary Worlds and Trauma (2016). The introduction to the special section by Shaun McNiff places the Chinese art within a larger world c...
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.78-82忆派国际
摘要:At the end of 2018, a webinar series Creative Arts Education and Therapy – History, Applications and Frontiers will be launched by Inspirees Institute and CAET Journal in affiliation with the Chinese Group of Arts Therapy associated with the Chinese Psychological Society. Th...
作者:Tony Zhou
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.1-2忆派国际
作者:Steve Harvey , Tony Y Zhou , E. Connor Kelly ...
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.38-57忆派国际
摘要:This article reviews an arts based project that came to completion in Shanghai during September 2017. During this project, a group of people interested in creative arts therapies from the USA and China used physical storytelling (PS) drawn from both Eastern and Western persp...
作者:Robert Landy
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.66-77忆派国际
摘要:This article describes a journey by the author to China where he documents in words and photographs the lives of people from minority cultures, especially the Miao and the Dong. In further in reflecting on the journey, the author acknowledges the impact of his mentor – a ref...
作者:Stephen K. Levine
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.58-65忆派国际
摘要:Zhang Huan, 張洹; born 1965, is an internationally known contemporary Chinese artist whose work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums both in China and in the West. He is best known as a performance artist in the West, making pieces involving his own body and th...
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2017, Vol.3 (1), pp.1-1忆派国际
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2017, Vol.3 (1), pp.2-13忆派国际
摘要:Andai is a unique folk dance in Horqin of Inner Mongolia in China, and is related to shamanistic fertility worship observed by the Mongolian tribe in Horqin. The original Andai is a complete religious rite which includes such activities as therapy, prayer, singing and dancin...

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