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作者:Stephen K. Levine
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.113-116
摘要:This review outlines Miller’s argument that the Daoist tradition offers an important perspective for ecological thought based on the pervasion of nature in human existence and the porosity of the human body. Somatic practices can build a basis for the aesthetic perception ne...
作者:Sharon Davis Brown
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.143-145
摘要:Ch’i, described by McNiff as a material force, vital energy, or breath, is a concept that easily translates into the dance/movement therapy lexicon. Ch’i as a conceptual concept may be applied in therapeutic settings, as a functional construct, and as an energy force. The us...
作者:Rachel Sweeney
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.134-142
摘要:In August 2015 a group of seven students and staff from Liverpool Hope University in the UK visited the SOS Children’s Village just outside Galle town in Southern Sri Lanka, to partake in a two week residential program ‘Global Hope’, teaching English to children between...
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.117-128
摘要:Six art therapists belonging to the Asian Art Therapy Network give their personal reflections on the International Art Therapy Practice Research Conference, which took place in London, 2019. In common is the importance given to collaboration, cooperation and developing a sense of...
作者:Stephen K. Levine
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.109-112
摘要:The interview focuses on James Miller’s thinking about the relation between Daoism and ecology. Miller believes that, to develop a foundation for ecological sustainability, we need to break down the separation between human beings and the world we live in. This can be done b...
作者:Alexander Kopytin , Reginaldo Bockhorni , Tony Yu Zhou
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.96-108
摘要:This article reviews the history of the Japanese art of Ikebana and the contemporary ecological art therapy practice involving botanical arranging and their correlation and contribution to the physical and mental well-being of human beings. Different perspectives are offered by a...
作者:Shijie Liu , Yuelong Zhang
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2019, Vol.5 (2), pp.85-95
摘要:The “Mat Lion Dance” is one of the unique events of the “XiangHua” (which means fragrant flowers in Chinese) Buddhism ritual in Meizhou Hakka, Guangdong, China. From the perspective of aesthetics, the current study will analyze and discuss its cultural background and hi...
作者:Stephen K. Levine
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.58-65
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...
作者:Robert Landy
来源:[J].Creative Arts in Education and Therapy, 2018, Vol.4 (1), pp.66-77
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...

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