THE IMPACT OF ARTS IN COMMUNITY BUILDING AND HEALING — Links
As defined by the Ontario Arts Council (2002), “Community Arts is an art process that involves professional artists and members in a collaborative creative process community resulting in experience and public expression . Bygren, Konlaan and Johansson (1996: 1580) also added that: “we know that the organism responds with changes in the humoral nervous system-for example, verbal expression of traumatic experiences through writing or talking improves physical health, enhances immune function, and is associated with fewer medical visits.”
ITAC GHANA COLLECTIVE, FREELY ORGANISES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP — ARTS INTEGRATION: Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through and with the Arts
Dear School Owners / Administrators, I am thankful to God that the Arts Integration Movement, which some of you daringly embraced at your…
ARTS THERAPY WITH ATSU ADALETEY
So..., I have invested many hours and days in observing some life threatening patterns that dominantly rule many lives. Sadly, many have been and are still tortured but have not made time to realise how deep this is sinking them. The fast-food syndrome is seriously crushing many lives. …
The World Meeting Yvonne Wyroslawska (UK) on Mental Health and Wellbeing, and the Role of Teaching Artistry.
Of course, this isn’t a moment to miss. Considering the stress-storms that continually confront us, one can easily be knocked-off; staying balance can become very challenging. YVONNE’’s profile photograph is one that inspires relaxation and this is already a symbolic message. From a personal point of view, this session will be one that will inspire a great shift to choices. Again generously made possible by the International Teaching Artist Collaborative, I humbly call on more to show up.
LYDIA BONDAH IN CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS
Ghana, represented by Dzolali Theatre House, was selected among six (6) other countries to produce creative works on covid-19 and climate change. This is an initiative of the Necessary Space led by Simon Sharkey, Erica May Wood and other partners. Lydia’s contribution to this project has been recognized and Dzolali Theatre House together with ITAC Ghana hereby recommends her for more artrich projects.