Good article with lots of links for the curious, about hobbies. Don't be afraid to make and do weird stuff.
Moving Space Blog >> Moving Space Newsfeed >> My name is Chris Reed. I am an HCPC registered Drama and Movement Therapist with 30+years of professional practice in experiential and outdoor learning in the UK, EU and USA, and a BSc in Human Ecology. I make art outdoors to explore and express personal experience. My …
A return to look at the art as experiential learning model befor moving on.
The penultimate post for the Solway Walk series about the human ecology of the place.
Some ideas about the use of art making and the art objects as modes of enquiry or knowledge production. Attached document available for download below.
Introducing Augusto Boal’s ideas about performance as a creative space for experiential learning.
A great, well researched article from 'Artfully Learning' about Fröbel the US educational pioneer. As early as the 19thC he did some very interesting work with learning outdoors and through the arts, including 'Foebel Gifts' designed for open play.
Introducing what we mean by art as experiential learning.
A very interesting insight into Thoreau as a political commentator and activist in the current state of the union.
During a Crisis, Is Art Just a Luxury? What the New Deal Has to Teach Us About the Importance of Supporting the Arts. Scholar Jody Patterson looks at how FDR’s New Deal policies, including the Federal Art Project, made art accessible in the United States.