Category Archives: Students

Collective Craftivism: Saturday, December 9, 11am-2pm

Craftivism: a tool for social change that uses creativity, mindfulness and love to create a more conscious and just world. Come join us in the power of collective crafting. Craftivism is for everyone! Materials provided. December 9, 11am-2pm MPS Art … Continue reading

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Community Lecture Series: Seeing the Program of Alcoholics Anonymous Through the Lens of Attachment Theory, Friday, November 17

Join us for our next Community Lecture Series: Seeing the Program of Alcoholics Anonymous Through the Lens of Attachment Theory Friday, November 17, 2017 6:30pm-8pm 133 West 21st Street, Room 101C Free and Open to the Public! RSVP TODAY!

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Good Art: Bad City, Opening Reception

In Good Art: Bad City, the youth of Artistic Noise worked together with MPS art therapy students Michal Assif, Kayley Giorgini, Mary Santivanez, Jennifer James, Arielle Edelheit, Artistic Noise staff Francesca DiBiaso, MPS, LP, Nic Holiber, MFA and art therapy … Continue reading

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Technology in Art Therapy

Incorporating technology into the art therapy practice allows individuals to gain a sense of empowerment and expand their cognitive, fine motor, communicative, imaginative, and visual proficiencies. Utilizing technology throughout the creative process can potentially decrease feelings of intimidation for those who … Continue reading

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Doll Making

Dolls have been an ever-present practice throughout different societies across the world. The specific type or use for the dolls developed in response to the specific culture at that time. Dolls have generally been linked to feminine power and energy. … Continue reading

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Panel Discussion from ‘Innovation & Integration’

The panel discussion from our Fall conference has been posted. Featuring: Karen Gibbons, ATR-BC, LCAT; David Read Johnson, PhD; Julie Lipson, MA, MT-BC; Jennifer Tantia, PhD, BC-DMT, LCAT; moderated by Eileen McGann, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT.

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Good Art: Bad City: November 6, 2017

In Good Art: Bad City, the youth of Artistic Noise direct and transform the MPS Art Therapy Department studio space into an assorted mural installation and pop-up shop, and invite the public to participate in this collaborative art project. Artistic … Continue reading

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Posted to our Vimeo Page: ‘Creative Arts Therapies: Innovation and Integration’

The lecture component from our most recent conference, Creative Arts Therapies: Innovation and Integration, has been posted to our Vimeo page. Featuring guest speakers Karen Gibbons, ATR-BC, LCAT; David Read Johnson, PhD; Julie Lipson, MA, MT-BC; Dr. Marni Rosen, PsyD ATR-BC; and … Continue reading

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Good Art: Bad City: October 30, 2017

The artists for the exhibition Good Art: Bad City are making progress in the studio. Opening reception November 10, 5-7pm, 132 West 21st Street, 5th Floor Studio    

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Community Lecture: Seeing the program of Alcoholics Anonymous through the lens of Attachment Theory

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