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Walking Art Practice

Author : Ernesto Pujol
ISBN : 1911193368
Genre : Mindfulness (Psychology)
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"Artists are trying to move away from the influence of competitive corporate culture that has increasingly defined art as an abrasive urban career. Artists are trying to replace this with the humbler notion of art as a practice, as a mindful way of life, consisting of consciously creative gestures, visible and invisible, large and small. Art practice is a private and public, selfless and generous, creative life process resulting in a conscious cultural product." "Walking Art Practice" brings together the author's experiences as a monk, performance artist, social choreographer and educator. It serves as a provocation, walkers' manifesto, and teaching guide for walking as a mindful cultural activity and as mindful cultural activism. It is an inspirational text for artists, art students and anyone who loves to walk. Ernesto Pujol combines elements from an art book, field journal and walkers' manifesto. It is a text for performative artists, art students, and all who walk as cultural activism. This book is an invitation to: Rethink what it means to walk and explore different ways in which to walk as: a cultural practice; a meditative practice; a radical practice; art; healing; and social engagement; Reconsider how to attend to the inner and outer landscape whilst walking; Treat walking as a performance resource; Walk as an everyday pilgrimage; Walk slowly, walk in and with awareness, walk with and without skill, walk to regain and to lose. [Subject: Performance Art, Walking, Meditation]
Category: Mindfulness (Psychology)

Walking Methods

Author : Maggie O'Neill
ISBN : 9781317295020
Genre : Social Science
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This book introduces and critically explores walking as an innovative method for doing social research, showing how its sensate and kinaesthetic attributes facilitate connections with lived experiences, journeys and memories, communities and identities. The book situates walking methods historically, sociologically, and in relation to biographical and arts-based research, as well as new work on mobilities, the digital, spatial, and the sensory. The book is organised into three sections: theorising; experiencing; and imagining walking as a new method for doing biographical research. There is a key focus upon the Walking Interview as a Biographical Method (WIBM) on the move to usefully explore migration, memory, and urban landscapes, as part of participatory, visual, and ethnographic research with marginalised communities and artists and as re-formative and transgressive. The book concludes with autobiographical walks taken by the authors and a discussion about the future of the walking interview as biographical method. Walking Methods combines theory with a series of original ethnographic and participatory research examples. Practical exercises and a guide to using walking as a method help to make this a rich resource for social science researchers, students, walking artists, and biographical researchers.
Category: Social Science

Rivista J Reading N 1 2018

Author : Gino De Vecchis
ISBN : 9788833650623
Genre : Social Science
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IN QUESTO NUMERO: Sirpa Tani, Hannele Cantell, Markus Hilander, Powerful disciplinary knowledge and the status of geography in Finnish upper secondary schools: Teachers’ views on recent changes · Cristiano Pesaresi, Davide Pavia, Multiphase procedure for landscape reconstruction and their evolution analysis. GIS modelling for areas exposed to high volcanic risk · Guy Mercier, Esquisse d’une théorie humaniste du lieu · Giorgia Iovino, Urban regeneration strategies in waterfront areas. An interpretative framework · Donatella Privitera, Sandro Privitera, Laboratory as experiment in field learning: An application in a touristic city · THE LANGUAGE OF IMAGES (Edited by Elisa Bignante and Marco Maggioli) Cristiano Giorda, Giacomo Pettenati, Visual geographies and mountain psychogeographic drift. The geography workshops of the Childhood and Primary Teachers Education course of the University of Turin - MAPPING SOCIETIES (Edited by Edoardo Boria) Laura Lo Presti, Maps In/Out Of Place. Charting alternative ways of looking and experimenting with cartography and GIS - GEOGRAPHICAL NOTES AND (PRACTICAL) CONSIDERATIONS Bruno Ratti, Geographic Knowledge. Paradigm of Society 5.0 - TEACHINGS FROM THE PAST (Edited by Dino Gavinelli and Davide Papotti) M. Aurousseau, The Geographical Study of Population Groups with comments by Maristella Bergaglio, Re-reading The Geographical Study of Population Groups by M. Aurousseau
Category: Social Science

Cracking The Act With 6 Practice Tests 2018 Edition

Author : Princeton Review
ISBN : 9781524710903
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 29.70 MB
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THE PRINCETON REVIEW GETS RESULTS. Get all the prep you need to ace the ACT with 6 full-length practice tests, thorough ACT topic reviews, and extra practice online. This eBook edition has been specially formatted for on-screen viewing with cross-linked questions, answers, and explanations. Techniques That Actually Work. • Powerful tactics to help you avoid traps and beat the ACT • Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically • Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder Everything You Need to Know for a High Score. • Complete coverage of all test topics, including the reading and written portions • Thorough review of the skills necessary to ace all five ACT sections • Bulleted chapter summaries for quick review Practice Your Way to Perfection. • 6 full-length practice tests (4 in the book, 2 online) with detailed answer explanations • Drills for each test section—English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing • Instant score reports for online tests, with optional LiveGrader(TM) essay scoring
Category: Study Aids

Cracking The Act Premium Edition With 8 Practice Tests 2018

Author : Princeton Review
ISBN : 9781524710897
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 55.95 MB
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THE ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION FOR YOUR HIGHEST POSSIBLE ACT SCORE—including 8 full-length practice tests for realistic prep, content reviews for all test sections, techniques for scoring success, and premium online extras. This eBook edition has been specially formatted for on-screen viewing with cross-linked questions, answers, and explanations. Techniques That Actually Work. • Powerful tactics to help you avoid traps and beat the ACT • Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically • Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder Everything You Need to Know for a High Score. • Complete coverage of all test topics, including the reading and written portions • Thorough review of the skills necessary to help you ace all five ACT sections • Bulleted chapter summaries for quick review Practice Your Way to Perfection. • 8 full-length practice tests (4 in the book and 4 online) with detailed answer explanations • Drills for each test section—English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing • Instant score reports for online tests, with optional LiveGrader(TM) essay scoring Online Access to Our Exclusive Premium Portal. • Online practice exams to hone your test-taking techniques • Video tutorials with expert advice from leading course instructors • Customized multi-week study plans • Exclusive access to college and university rankings • College admissions and financial aid tips • Special downloadable "ACT Insider" booklet packed with information about planning college visits, picking a perfect school, and writing standout essays
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Dreaming Healing And Imaginative Arts Practice

Author : Kathleen Anne Connellan
ISBN : 9781351775717
Genre : Psychology
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In Dreaming, Healing and Imaginative Arts Practice, Kathleen Anne Connellan brings dream theory together with art practice and art psychotherapy to demonstrate how releasing the imagination can open-up processes of healing. In this interdisciplinary and richly innovative book, Connellan focuses on nocturnal dreams, day dreams, memory and reverie, and she explores how to access, depict and use these dream images to discover personal healing. Unlike other dream journals, Connellan encourages visual recording and personal experimentation with a variety of materials and modalities, regardless of artistic ability. Each chapter is divided into a theoretical and practical half, where the theoretical section addresses the foundations of dream theory and philosophy, and the practical section offers step-by-step exercises that lead you to the creation of something restorative. Connellan covers a theme in each chapter which helps merge the unconscious with the conscious: the nature of dreaming and the constitution of the psyche, the archetype and our shadow selves, belonging, moving, pain and pleasure, and all the senses in remembering. Dreaming, Healing and Imaginative Arts Practice is a unique blend of scholarly research, beautiful illustration and hands-on practicality that allows the reader to interpret their dreams for self-expression and self-knowledge. This work will be of great interest to those studying post-graduate psychology, social work, art and arts therapy, and an essential resource for art therapists, creative therapists, alternative psychotherapists and social workers in practice and in training.
Category: Psychology

Morning Altars A 7 Step Practice To Nourish Your Spirit Through Nature Art And Ritual

Author : Day Schildkret
ISBN : 9781682682524
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 78.91 MB
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Return to the earth with beautiful photographs and inspirational text. “Morning altars” are colorful mandalas that combine nature, art, and meditation. Incorporating the natural world into the everyday encourages positive well- being, even with the simplest of the earth’s gifts, such as leaves, flowers, berries, feathers, and stones. These stunning pieces of art are a peaceful and creative avenue to express gratitude for nature, to practice mindfulness, and to add meaning to daily life. In this book, Day Schildkret guides readers through the creation of morning altars, a seven- step process that includes wondering and wandering, place meditation, clearing space, creating, gifting, walking away, and sharing his art with others. Since his first morning altar, Schildkret has built hundreds more. His work has been warmly received on social media and he teaches workshops on altar building, all with the intention of sharing the positivity and beauty they have brought to his life.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Art Ecojustice And Education

Author : Raisa Foster
ISBN : 9781351743112
Genre : Education
File Size : 83.28 MB
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Emphasizing the importance of contemporary art forms in EcoJustice Education, this book examines the interconnections between social justice and ecological well-being, and the role of art to enact change in destructive systems. Artists, educators, and scholars in diverse disciplines from around the world explore the power of art to disrupt ways of thinking that are taken for granted and dominate modern discourses, including approaches to education. The EcoJustice framework presented in this book identifies three strands—cultural ecological analysis, revitalizing the commons, and enacting imagination—that help students to recognize the value in diverse ways of knowing and being, reflect on their own assumptions, and develop their critical analytic powers in relation to important problems. This distinctive collection offers educators a mix of practical resources and inspiration to expand their pedagogical practices. A Companion Website includes interactive artworks, supplemental resources, and guiding questions for students and instructors.
Category: Education

Haegue Yang

Author : Bruna Roccasalva
ISBN : 8857239772
Genre : Art
File Size : 36.64 MB
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The expansive spectrum of Haegue Yang (born 1971, Seoul) flows freely between social inquiry and history, personal life and collective memory, yielding images and experiences of enormous evocative power, in which objects, figures and places are inextricably linked. Yang employs a vast array of mediums, ranging from collage, video essay and performative sculpture to large-scale installation, in an on-going process of experimentation, where chance encounters with objects and materials generate unexpected forms, emotions and narratives. Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow is a rich, fully illustrated anthology of fifteen significant essays and conversations on Yang's work, traveling through recurring themes, such as abstraction and geometry, movement and performativity, folding and unfolding, and conveying their depth and complexity as interwoven entities. Published on the occasion of the artist's first solo show in Italy, organized by Fondazione Furla at La Triennale di Milano in 2018, this volume also features images of landmark pieces that represent milestones in Yang's oeuvre since 2000 as well as of her newly commissioned works.
Category: Art