Art and Upheaval: Artists on the World's Frontlines

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New Village Press, Mar 1, 2008 - Art - 332 pages
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Citizen artists successfully rebuild the social infrastructure in six cities devastated by war, repression, and dislocation.
 

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What is the power of art? Can art really make a difference in a community? Can it make a difference for those going through troubled times? If you would have asked me those questions prior to reading ... Read full review

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This is where art inspires me the most: involving many people, creating the space to say something that has been silenced, and the process of collaboratively building. I appreciated the discussion of ... Read full review

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Bill Cleveland, Director of the Center for the Study of Art & Community, is an activist, teacher, facilitator, lecturer, and writer. Dr. Clarissa Pinkola EstÚs is an American poet, cantadora, psychoanalyst, and post-trauma specialist. She is a certified psychoanalyst who has practiced clinically for 36 years, helping with emotional recovery in situations that include 9/11 survivors and Littleton Colorado families after the Columbine massacre, and an author of more than six books on the life of the soul, most notably Women Who Run with the Wolves.

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