"A Conversation with Shaun McNiff: How Art Heals, Embracing Resistance to Expression, Trusting the Process and Being an Artist in the World" was presented by the Concord Art Association, Concord, MA, in October 2008.
Shaun McNiff is a professor at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he has established a program in Advanced Graduate Studies in Creativity, Imagination, and Leadership. He is an internationally recognized figure in the area of creativity enhancement.
Concord Art Association, a membership based organization, promotes contemporary art through exhibits and educational programming, such as this taped lecture. For more information about our history, the artists we exhibit and our educational programming, please visit our website, http://www.concordart.org
Concord Art Association
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Concord MA 01742
Shaun McNiff , University Professor at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and author of Art-Based Research (1998) and many other books speaks to the Colour My Well-Being: Applied Arts and Health Conference (April 19-21,2012) at the University of Northampton, England about the special issue of the Journal of Applied Arts and Health (3,1) that he guest edited dealing with Art-Based Research: Opportunities and Challenges.
-Editor’s Introduction, Ross Prior
-Introduction to the Special Issue:Opportunities and Challenges in Art-Based Research,Shaun McNiff
-Art as Inquiry: Towards a Research Method That Holds Soul Truth, Pat B. Allen
-Art-Based Inquiry: It’s What We Do!, Mitchell Kossak
-Mentoring and Other Challenges in Art-Based Inquiry: You’ll Figure It Out, Bruce L. Moon
-Art Based Research as a Pedagogical Approach Studying Intersubjectivity in the Creative Arts Therapies, Nancy Gerber, Elizabeth Templeton, Gioia Chilton, Marcia Cohen Liebman, Elizabeth Manders, Minjung Shim
-Performance as Art-Based Research in Drama Therapy Supervision, Robert Landy, Maria Hodermarska, Dave Mowers, David Perrin
-Where Are the Five Chapters? Challenges and Opportunities in Mentoring Students with Art-Based Dissertations, Sally Atkins
-The Risks of Representation: Dilemmas and Opportunities in Art-Based Research, Jean Rumbold, Patricia Fenner, and Janine Brophy-Dixon
-Improvisation and Art Based Research, Nisha Sajnani
-Know Thyself: Awakening Self-Referential Awareness Through Art-Based Research, Michael A. Franklin
-The Feeling of What Happens: A Reciprocal Investigation of Inductive and Deductive Processes in an Art Experiment, Malcolm Learmonth and Karen Huckvale