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A Bridge to Meaning: Creating Performance with Neurodiverse Young People

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posted on 2022-11-30, 03:03 authored by Rea DennisRea Dennis
A Bridge to Meaning: Creating Performance with Neurodiverse Young People

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Chapter number

10

Pagination

149-162

ISBN-13

9781789386257

Language

English

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In R. Prior, M Kossak, and T. A. Fisher Applied Arts and Health: Building Bridges across Arts, Therapy, Health, Education and Community. Intellect: Bristol (149-162) Book Description This collection documents diverse approaches in creative arts engagement, building metaphoric bridges across the field with an emphasis on creativity and well-being in education and community development. Focussing on applied arts and health practice, research, scholarship, expressive arts therapy, community and education, the book advances integrative and multimodal art-based processes. This book aims to give prominence to art-based research and provides useful support to those working and researching across applied arts and health, education and community contexts. The book brings together a collection of world-leading authors in the field spanning a range of cultures, documenting projects and significantly adding to cohesive research in the field. In continuing to advance applied arts and health, whilst furthering a commitment to art-based research, this new book places emphasis upon the artistic research methodology, underlining that art (performing art and visual art) is the evidence. It offers the field an integral vision for the arts both theoretically and practically. Further, the book breaks down the silos of practice that have been unhelpful in their development. The audience for this book will include art-based researchers, expressive arts practitioners and scholars, arts educators, and those interested in bridging the gap between arts and health practice. Masters and doctoral level students in art-based research, participatory research, and qualitative research with an arts-focus are another audience for the book. All applied arts and health practitioners and academics, arts educators, art therapists and university PaR programmes. Whilst of particular use to postgraduate students, this text will also be useful to final year undergraduate students in assisting them with creative practice-based dissertations and projects. Also useful to researchers, practitioners and a range of research degree programmes in applied arts and health, education and community engagement.

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B1 Book chapter

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16

Editor/Contributor(s)

Prior RW, Kossak M, Fisher TA

Publisher

Intellect

Place of publication

Bristol, Eng.

Title of book

Applied Arts and Health: Building Bridges across Arts, Therapy, Health, Education and Community

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