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Art In Action by Nicholas Wolterstorff
From the perspective of Christian theology, discusses aesthetics, the philosophy of art, and the role of art in urban life
Art In Action by Ellen G. Levine
The book's contributors explore the transformative power of the arts therapies in areas stricken by conflict and discuss how and why expressive arts works. They look at the ways it can be used to engage community consciousness and improve social conditions whilst taking into account the issues that arise within different contexts and populations.
Theatre Art In Action by Robert David Taylor
Art In Action by Guy Hubbard
A knowledge of art forms and skills will broaden your experience.
Jack Layton by Penn Kemp
Jack Layton: Art in Action is a book of anecdotes and commentary about Jack Layton and his involvement with Canadian arts and cultures. He himself was a master of the art of politics. His canvas was Canada and his influence and inspiration ongoing: Never turn down an opportunity to serve!
Community Art In Action by Kristin G. Congdon
Communities are often rich in art and cultural tradition, and sometimes students need a little push to explore this world beyond their boundaries. Congdon demonstrates how art education programs in schools and other sites can be expanded to address community-based and folk-life traditions. The text explains how art and aesthetic choices are at the heart of communities, and discusses how folk-life and community practices are associated with the natural and built environment, different occupations, recreational activities, and ethnic traditions.
Art In Action by Guy A. Hubbard
Art In Action by Matthew "Levee" Chavez
In the days leading up to and following the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, artist Matthew "Levee" Chavez arrived at the Union Square subway station and passed out blank sticky notes, urging New Yorkers to express themselves. As the notes were posted to the wall, a colorful and moving collage emerged that reflected the city's rich and diverse personal responses to a divisive moment in history. In that moment, art and activism united a community. In this DIY guide, Chavez shows young readers how to create their very own art projects with a purpose. Young artists will be inspired to share their own perspectives and make a difference in their own worlds-from their homes to schools to neighborhoods and the whole broader world.