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Building resiliency in at-risk youth using art therapy
Surviving adolescence can be one of the most difficult stages of life most people go through. The adolescent years mark the final turning point before becoming an adult and as exciting as that may sound to many prepubescent ...
FRIDA KAHLO: An Exploration of Art Themes and Symbols
This thesis is an exploration of the symbolism and themes in the artwork of Frida Kahlo. It examines and interprets Frida Kahlo's artworks on a more intimate level. The thesis explores the many self-portraits of the artist, ...
Working With Children And Their Drawings
Understanding children?s drawings is a very complex task as it involves a lot of steps and practice. Also the relationship between the child and art therapist plays a roll into how accurate the understanding of the image ...
Message in a Bottle: An Analysis of Modern Perfume Usage as a Nonverbal Communicator
The purpose of this study is to shed light on modern fragrance usage, particularly as a method of nonverbal communication. Qualitative interviews were conducted to determine if women between the ages of 20 and 50 have a ...
The Role of Art Therapy for Adults with Cognitive and Physical Disabilities
The following research explores art therapy and how it is beneficial to persons living with disabilities on a day-to-day basis, whereas another type of therapy may not be so rewarding to them. A brief background of how art ...
The Nemadji Review, Volume 7
(University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2018)
Volume 7 of The Nemadji Review. Includes poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and research.
This paper examines surface and glaze exploration within ceramic sculpture. By using wheel and hand building techniques to make the foundation of forms, graduate student Brianna Deterling experimented with the surface and ...
A Mindful Way to Heal: Discussing Efficacy of Mindfulness Based Expressive Arts Therapies in Treating Trauma Affected Adults
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the efficacy of mindfulness based expressive arts therapies in treating trauma affected adults. I will explore the notion of mindfulness and its many benefits separately as well as ...
Parental Involvement and Student Success
Home is a student's first classroom, and parents are a student's first teacher. School aged children spend 70% of their waking hours (including weekends and holidays) outside of school (Education, 2003). With such a high ...
Analysis of Two Vocabulary Strategies: A study to indicate which strategy, Verbal and Visual Word Association or Contextual Redefinition, is best suited for transferring new words into students? long term memory
Data obtained from a college readiness letter sent by ACT indicated that students who took the ACT test from the upper Midwestern school observed for this study have had a decline from 22.4 to 21.5 on the English score for ...