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Image To Word

Author: Kathleen Walsh-Piper
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810843073
Size: 68.13 MB
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From painting to decorative arts and sculpture, art is a wonderful avenue for students to explore the basic skills of writing - point of view, stream of consciousness, description, monologue, and more. Using pieces from different historical periods (which can be substituted by similar pieces in any museum), Walsh-Piper shows how to get students to draw upon art, imagination, sensations, and even dreams to develop their writing.

The Routledge Creative Writing Coursebook

Author: Paul Mills
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415317856
Size: 11.64 MB
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This step-by-step, practical guide to the process of creative writing provides readers with a comprehensive course in its art and skill. With genre-based chapters, such as life writing, novels and short stories, poetry, fiction for children and screenwriting, it is an indispensable guide to writing successfully. The Routledge Creative Writing Coursebook: *shows new writers how to get started and suggests useful writing habits *encourages experimentation and creativity *stimulates critical awareness through discussion of literary theory and a wide range of illustrative texts *approaches writing as a skill, as well as an art form *is packed with individual and group exercises *offers invaluable tips on the revision and editing processes. Featuring practical suggestions for developing and improving your writing, The Routledge Creative Writing Coursebook is an ideal course text for students and an invaluable guide to self-study.

Indigenous Perspectives Through Word And Image

Author: Babs Helleman
ISBN: 9780977534364
Size: 29.45 MB
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A unique insight into the world of significant Aboriginal writers and artists. The works of Jack Davis, Kim Scott, Oogderoo and Dadina Brown are deconstructed. In addition students are asked to explore the art of creative writing from an Aboriginal perspective. Discussion is linked to National Curriculum English outcomes and thoughtful activities set for students to complete.

Word Pictures

Author: Bruce L. Moon
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 039807528X
Size: 22.15 MB
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Comments are included on motivations for writing, inspiration, the significance of works in the text, and how poetry writing is incorporated in their personal and professional lives. Word Pictures: The Poetry and Art of Art Therapists is an effort to give voice to the poetic underpinnings of an art therapist's identity."--BOOK JACKET.

Word Image And The New Negro

Author: Anne Elizabeth Carroll
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253345837
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A study of the interaction of word and image in the creative work of the Harlem Renaissance.

The Therapeutic Potential Of Creative Writing

Author: Gillie Bolton
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1846422272
Size: 10.88 MB
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Writing is a means of making sense of experience, and of arriving at a deeper understanding of the self. The use of creative writing therapeutically can complement verbal discussions, and offers a cost- and time-effective way of extending support to depressed or psychologically distressed patients. Suitable both for health-care professionals who wish to implement therapeutic writing with their patients, and for those wishing to start writing creatively in order to help themselves, The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing provides practical, well tried and tested suggestions for beginning to write and for developing writing further. It includes ideas for writing individually and for directing groups, and explores journal writing, poetry, fiction, autobiography and writing out trauma, with established writers and those who have taken up writing for private enjoyment.

Drawing Words And Writing Pictures

Author: Jessica Abel
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1596431318
Size: 66.68 MB
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A course on comics creation offers lessons on lettering, story, structure, panel layout, and much more, providing a solid introduction for people interested in making their own comics. Original.

Rip The Page

Author: Karen Benke
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1590308123
Size: 13.28 MB
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Presents exercises and wordplay experiments to teach amateur writers how to enjoy writing creatively, and includes tips for finding inspiration, returning to old ideas with fresh perspectives, and retaining confidence in writing.

Focusing Oriented Art Therapy

Author: Laury Rappaport
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781846428524
Size: 37.79 MB
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Focusing provides an effective way of listening to the innate wisdom of the body, while art therapy harnesses and activates creative intelligence. Focusing-Oriented Art Therapy: Accessing the Body's Wisdom and Creative Intelligence is a ground-breaking book integrating renowned psychologist Eugene Gendlin's Focusing with art therapy. This new, Focusing-based approach to art therapy helps clients to befriend their inner experience, access healing imagery from the body's felt sense to express in art, and carry forward implicit steps that lead toward change. Written for readers to be able to learn the application of this innovative approach, the book provides in-depth examples and descriptions of how to adapt Focusing-Oriented Art Therapy to a wide variety of clinical populations including individuals and groups with severe psychiatric illness, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and more, as well as applications to private practice, illness and wellness, spirituality, and self-care. Integrating theory, clinical practice, and numerous guided exercises, this accessible book will enhance clinical sensitivity and skill, while adding resources for bringing creativity into practice. It will be of interest to art therapists, Focusing therapists, psychologists, counselors and social workers, as well as trainers and students.

Track Changes

Author: Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674417070
Size: 28.87 MB
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Writing in the digital age has been as messy as the inky rags in Gutenberg’s shop or the molten lead of a Linotype machine. Matthew Kirschenbaum examines how creative authorship came to coexist with the computer revolution. Who were the early adopters, and what made others anxious? Was word processing just a better typewriter, or something more?