Category Archives: Exhibition

Panel Discussion at the Outsider Art Fair

MPS Art Therapy instructor Irene Rosner David will be a panelist at the upcoming Killing Time: The Chronology of Creativity discussion for the Outsider Art Fair. Tuesday, January 19, 6:30-8pm at NeueHouse, 110 East 25 Street. [email protected]

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MPS Art Therapy Spring Exhibition 2016

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Spring 2016 Calendar of Events

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INVENTIVE ENGINE: HAI at SVA

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Currently on view in the 5th floor project space

Occurring on two continents, (Still) In Process is a collaborative art therapy project that aims to encourage cross-cultural contribution by reversing established power dynamics and mitigating rote assumptions. Gallery goers are invited to contribute to the project, which evolved when … Continue reading

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Beyond_words Exhibition and Arts-Based Research

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(STILL) IN PROCESS

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Beyond_words Exhibition

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‘What Gives Me Hope…’ Reception & Whitney Museum Visit

This past week, the MPS Art Therapy Department hosted a reception for the What Gives Me Hope…Sharing the creativity and hopes of the incarcerated population on Rikers Island exhibition in our 5th Floor Project Space. The daily weblog Gothamist has … Continue reading

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What Gives Me Hope…Sharing the creativity and hopes of the incarcerated population on Rikers Island

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