Monthly Archives: April 2019

Artistic Noise and MercyFirst Collaboration

This week the young people of Artistic Noise welcomed the adolescents and staff of MercyFirst into their world by leading a collaborative art making experience. Over the academic year, Artistic Noise has been sharing their vision with diverse groups of … Continue reading

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Program for Thesis Presentations

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Music Reflection

Music is a medium that is said to move the soul. So many people respond so poignantly to music, especially older adults. Music has been shown to remain a longer lasting memory than anything else. In discussing the geriatric population, … Continue reading

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Class of 2019 Thesis Presentations

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Artistic Noise Open Studio Celebration

Please join us for an open studio on Monday, April 22, 4-7pm to celebrate the culmination of “Welcome to Our World,” a collaborative mural installation led by the young people of Artistic Noise. The studio is located at 132 W 21 Street, … Continue reading

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Self-portrait & Storytelling

The first year students were lucky enough to have two guest lecturers during their Adolescent Art Development class last Monday. Both were Creative Arts Therapists from the Cooke School: one was an art therapist (Ayde Rayas, ATR-BC, LCAT, MPS Art … Continue reading

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Safe Space

A safe therapeutic space is of the utmost importance for a clinician to create for their clients. During the Adolescent Art Development class, the first year students worked collaboratively in small groups to physically create a space that they would … Continue reading

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The View From Here

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Puzzle Piece Directive

The puzzle pattern is a symbol of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) because it reflects the complexity of ASD. The different colors and shapes represent the diversity of the people and families living with the condition. The uniqueness of the puzzles … Continue reading

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