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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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Midterm elections definitely reshuffled the political deck last night with Democrats regaining control of the House of Representatives and Republicans increasing their control in the Senate. Female candidates did especially well this year, unseating long term male incumbents...

source: Americans for the Arts Action Fund

Mary Anne Carter—a former chief policy adviser to Republican Florida Governor Rick Scott, who is currently campaigning for one of the state’s Senate seats—has been nominated to run the National Endowment for the Arts...

source: ArtForum

Albert Jordan Arguilla, a blind Southwestern College Arts Major, uses watercolor to translate his vision to others. “Let it all flow,” he said. “Let it explode like fireworks. Let the pigment and the paint do what it needs to do and then we will see what...

source: The SWC Sun

A crack in the wall. Most people wouldn't even notice it. But for Danielle Hark, it was a spark of inspiration. Six months after giving birth to her first daughter in 2010, Hark, a writer and photographer from Millburn, N.J., fell...

source: The Inquirer

Karen Rosen, MA, ATR-BC, is founder of Connectives: Create & Connect, LLC, an art therapy practice located...

source: AATA National Office

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