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  • Art Therapy Goals And Treatment In Rehabilitation
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    Art Therapy and the Disabled In chapter twenty-one of the course textbook, the reader is presented with the case of Mrs. Day. Day was in an auto accident and it was necessary to amputate one of her feet. The chapter tells of Day's progress through art therapy and the issues that had to be overcome in order for Mrs. Day to come to terms with her treatment. Outside research has shown that art therapy is useful in the eyes of the patient with a disability. The text speaks of the patient as a depres...
  • Process Of Creativity The
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    The Process of Creativity (The following is taken from Duane and Sarah Preble's ARTFORM S, 5th edition. Footnotes and endnote's are omitted for ease of reading for this class.) Erich Fromm said, Creativity is an Attitude. We all have the potential to be creative, yet most of us were not encouraged to develop our creativity. We can do so by becoming willing to explore new relationships and insights. The source of all art, science and technology -- - in fact, all of human civilizations -- - is cre...
  • Teachers In The Arts
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    Can you imagine a world based around scientific equations or every answer being referred to the periodic table? At every meal, or every person you see, the conversation would revolve around the same topic. "Did you find the velocity for how long it would take a ball to drop?" What if science were a bore to you? How would survive with that lifestyle? Science can be diverse, because it's branched out into four main groups (biology, chemistry, physics and botany.) But in the end, how long can you t...
  • Art And Religion
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    Imagine a world in which people consider the form of everything. A world in which every single object produced or made by people, whether manufactured or hand made, is improved on artistically. All of these things are altered and changed, function sometimes penultimate to the priority of form. In this world, people would add chemicals and coloring to make textiles and paper products more appealing. They would ceaselessly pester the public about the things that they found attractive in order to a...
  • Interpretation In Science And Art
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    Most people consider art and science to be two totally opposite fields. The former relies on the subjective side of man whereas the other is concerned with objectivity. However, certain aspects are common to art and science. In 'Interpretation in Science and Art', Harold Osborne lays down the commonalities and differences between the two. Osborne defines science as " [interpreting] the world by bringing order and regularity into the kaleidoscopic variety of experience, subduing its vagaries in t...

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