ARTS APPROACHES TO CONFLICT / Edition 1

ARTS APPROACHES TO CONFLICT / Edition 1

by Marian Liebmann
     
 

ISBN-10: 1853022934

ISBN-13: 9781853022937

Pub. Date: 02/01/1998

Publisher: Kingsley, Jessica Publishers

Conflict is an increasingly common feature of modern life, and often has disastrous and destructive outcomes. Arts Approaches to Conflict explores how various arts approaches can both raise our understanding of conflict and lead to its constructive resolution. Practitioners and experts from a wide range of art forms examine their own fields as approaches to

Overview

Conflict is an increasingly common feature of modern life, and often has disastrous and destructive outcomes. Arts Approaches to Conflict explores how various arts approaches can both raise our understanding of conflict and lead to its constructive resolution. Practitioners and experts from a wide range of art forms examine their own fields as approaches to conflict, encompassing:

- visual arts

- drama, puppetry and masks

- music

- storytelling

- dance and movement

- the combined arts

Arts Approaches to Conflict is a rich resource of new ideas, practices and information which explores the creative ways to address conflict. It is fascinating and eye-opening reading both for students and practitioners in arts therapies, psychotherapy, counselling, social work, mediation, probation and prison services.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781853022937
Publisher:
Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
Publication date:
02/01/1998
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.82(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, Marian Liebmann. 1. Raising Self-Esteem in Situations of Conflict, Michael Dalton. 2. Conflict, Knowledge and Transformation: Three Drama Techniques, Francis Gobey 3. Playing with Fire: The Creative Use of Conflict, Nic Fine and Fiona Macbeth. 4. Stage Frights: Violence, Conflict and Drama, James Thompson. 5. The Violent Illusion: Dramatherapy and the Dangerous Voyage to the Heart of Change, John Bergman and Saul Hewish. 6. CROSS-TALK: Community Conflict Resolution Through Drama, Caird Forsyth. 7. Conflict at School: The Use of an Art Therapy Approach to Support Children who are Bullied, Carol Ross. 8. Giving it Form: Exploring Conflict Through Art, Marian Liebmann. 9. Conflict Resolution Through Art with Homeless People, Dorothy F. Cameron. 10. Getting Our Acts Together: Conflict Resolution Through Music, June Boyce-Tillman. 11. Discord or Harmony: Issues of Conflict in Music Therapy, Alison Levinge. 12. Torture - The Body in Conflict: The Role of Movement Psychotherapy, Karen Callaghan. 13. Transforming Tales: Exploring Conflict Through Stories and Storytelling, Belinda Hopkins. 14. Exploring Conflict with Classroom Puppets, Val Major. 15. Childhood Without Fear: The Heartstone Project, David W. Rose. 16. Arts Approaches to Conflict in Northern Ireland, Dave Duggan. 17. The Open Closing Door: Impossible Theatre's Video Art Work with Offenders, Victims and Observers of Crime, Chris Squire.

CONTENTS: Introduction, Marian Liebmann.

BIG CONTENTS:

PART A: DRAMA. 1 Raising Self Esteem in Situations of Conflict, Michael Dalton, Pop-Up Theatre. 2 Conflict, Knowledge and Transformation: Three Drama Techniques, Francis Gobey. 3 Playing with Fire: The Creative Use of Conflict, Nic Fine and Fiona Macbeth, LEAP Confronting Conflict, London. 4 Stage Fights: Violence, Conflict and Drama, James Thompson, Theatre in Prisons and Probation Centre, Manchester. 5 The Violent Illusion: Dramatherapy and the Dangerous Voyage to the Heart of Change, John Bergman, Saul Hewish and Simon Ruding, Geese Theatre Company, Birmingham, UK and East Swanzey, NH, USA. 6 Drama and Meetings elderly/youth, Caird Forsyth

PART B: VISUAL ARTS. 7 Conflict at School: The Use of Art Therapy to Support Children who are Being Bullied, Carol Ross, Islington Learning Support Service. 8 Giving it Form: Exploring Conflict Through Art, Marian Liebmann. 9 Conflict Resolution Through Art with Homeless People, Dorothy Cameron.

PART C: MUSIC. 10 Getting our Acts Together: Conflict Resolution Through Music, June Boyce Tillman, King Alfred's College of Higher Education, Winchester. 11 Discord and Harmony: Issues of Conflict in Music Therapy, Alison Levinge, Music Therapist, Bristol.

PART D: MOVEMENT. 12 Torture - The Body in Conflict: The Role of Movement Psychotherapy, Karen Callaghan.

PART E: STORYTELLING. 13 Transforming Tales: Exploring Conflict through stories and storytelling, Belinda Hopkins.

PART F: COMBINED ARTS 14 Exploring Conflict with Classroom Puppets, Val Major, Bristol Mediation Schools Project Coordinator. 15 Childhood without Fear: The Heartstone Project, David Rose, Roehampton Institute, London. 16 Arts Approaches to the Conflict in Northern Ireland, Dave Duggan, Derry, Northern Ireland. 17 Open Closing Door: Impossible Theatre's video art work with offenders, victims and observers of crime, Chris Squire, Impossible Theatre, Holmfirth, Yorkshire.

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