How to create community art

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Social exclusion in the arts: the dynamics of social and economic mobility across three decades of undergraduate arts alumni in the United States [d]
  2. Anjan Chatterjee & Eileen R. Cardillo [ed] () Brain, beauty, and art: essays bringing neuroaesthetics into focus [i] [d]
  3. Troy D. Glover & Erin K. Sharpe [ed] () Leisure communities: rethinking mutuality, collective identity and belonging in the new century [i] [d]
  4. () Alone versus together: finding the right balance for creativity [i] [d]
  5. () Ink splashes on camera: calligraphy, action painting, and mass media in postwar Japan [d] [u]
  6. Anne Koch & Katharina Wilkens [ed] () The Bloomsbury handbook of the cultural and cognitive aesthetics of religion [i] [d]
  7. () Urban ecology: art and the cultivation of ecological mindsets [i] [d]
  8. Alessandro Melis, Jose Antonio Lara-Hernandez, & James Thompson [ed] () Temporary appropriation in cities: human spatialisation in public spaces and community resilience [i] [d]
  9. () Planting design: connecting people and place [i] [d]
  10. () The polymath principle in the twenty-first century [i] [d]
  11. Cara Courage & Anita McKeown [ed] () Creative placemaking: research, theory and practice [i] [d]
  12. () Natural history collections as inspiration for technology [p] [d]
  13. () Why artists make good civic leaders: Randall Szott [u]
  14. () The aesthetic animal [i] [d]
  15. () The ethics of deliberative activism: in search of reasonableness and dialogic responsiveness in provocative art exhibitions [d]
  16. Patricia Leavy [ed] () The Oxford handbook of methods for public scholarship [i] [d]
  17. () The impossible task of community art practice: a methodological micro-guide for seven young Chicagoans [i] [d]
  18. () Developing creativity in a polymathic environment [i] [d]
  19. () A restless art: how participation won, and why it matters [i] [u]
  20. () Monuments as commitments: how art speaks to groups and how groups think in art [d] [u]
  21. () The multiple self-states drawing technique: creative assessment and treatment with children and adolescents [i] [d]
  22. Elizabeth Resnick [ed] () The social design reader [i]
  23. Caroline Ruddell & Paul Ward [ed] () The crafty animator: handmade, craft-based animation and cultural value [i] [d]
  24. () The software arts [i] [d]
  25. () Iterate: ten lessons in design and failure [i] [d]
  26. () Working with artists to deepen impact: lessons from ArtPlace America's community development investments [u]
  27. () Universal ethics: organized complexity as an intrinsic value [i] [d]
  28. () Creating things that matter: the art & science of innovations that last [i]
  29. () Deliberative planning practices—without smothering invention: a practical aesthetic view [i] [d]
  30. Vera Gubnitskaia & Carol Smallwood [ed] () The relevant library: essays on adapting to changing needs [i]
  31. () What's a 'tempestry'?: knitters turn temperature data into art [u]
  32. () Developing design through a creative problem-solving process: a group community art project [d]
  33. Kollektiv Orangotango [ed] () This is not an atlas: a global collection of counter-cartographies [i] [d] [u]
  34. Todd I. Lubart [ed] () The creative process: perspectives from multiple domains [i] [d]
  35. () 21 insights for 21st century creatives [i] [u]
  36. A. Minh Nguyen [ed] () New essays in Japanese aesthetics [i]
  37. () Walking art practice: reflections on socially engaged paths [i]
  38. () Inspired to create: awe enhances openness to learning and the desire for experiential creation [d]
  39. () The arts as a catalyst for human prosociality and cooperation [d]
  40. Charlotte Bates, Robert Imrie, & Kim Kullman [ed] () Care and design: bodies, buildings, cities [i] [d]
  41. () Staging the Cascadia earthquake before it happens: Faultline Ensemble's Holding onto the sky as community health and theatre manifesto [d]
  42. () Syncretism 5.0: could design become a meta-religion for global communion? [i] [d]
  43. () Arts in place: the arts, the urban and social practice [i] [d]
  44. Francesco Ferrini, Cecil C. Konijnendijk van den Bosch, & Alessio Fini [ed] () Routledge handbook of urban forestry [i] [d]
  45. () Open innovation and the core of the engineer's domain [i] [d]
  46. () The mindfulness practice, aesthetic experience, and creative democracy [d] [j] [u]
  47. () The crafting of grief: constructing aesthetic responses to loss [i] [d]
  48. Maciej Karwowski & James C. Kaufman [ed] () The creative self: effect of beliefs, self-efficacy, mindset, and identity [i]
  49. () Long strange journey: on modern Zen, Zen art, and other predicaments [i] [d] [j]
  50. () Zen and the art of living mindfully: the health-enhancing potential of Zen aesthetics [p] [d]
  51. () Art and effective altruism: case studies in sustainable practice [o] [u]
  52. () Unifying space and service for makers, entrepreneurs, and digital scholars [d]
  53. () Empathy, design and care—intention, knowledge and intuition: the example of Alvar Aalto [i] [d]
  54. () Play, flow, and tailoring identity in middle adulthood [i] [d]
  55. () Creating change through arts, culture, and equitable development: a policy and practice primer [o] [u]
  56. () The largest art: a measured manifesto for a plural urbanism [i] [d]
  57. () Aesthetics of the familiar: everyday life and world-making [i] [d]
  58. () Brief notes on librarian as designer [u]
  59. () Fifty theses on escape [u]
  60. () Librarians as makers [d]
  61. () Dewey and the art of experience [u]
  62. () Access and express: professional perspectives on public library makerspaces and intellectual freedom [d]
  63. () Mindful makers: question prompts to help guide young peoples' critical technical practices in maker spaces in libraries, museums, and community-based youth organizations [d]
  64. Johanna Burton, Shannon Jackson, & Dominic Willsdon [ed] () Public servants: art and the crisis of the common good [i]
  65. Cameron Cartiere & Martin Zebracki [ed] () The everyday practice of public art: art, space, and social inclusion [i] [d]
  66. () Everyday creative activity as a path to flourishing [d]
  67. () How relevant is copyright to online artists?: a qualitative study of understandings, coping strategies, and possible solutions [d] [u]
  68. () Profit and gift in the digital economy [i] [d]
  69. () The location of creative clusters in non-metropolitan areas: a methodological proposition [d]
  70. () Performing mind, writing meditation: Dōgen's Fukanzazengi as Zen calligraphy [d] [u]
  71. () Originals: how non-conformists move the world [i]
  72. () Photography: the abundant art [d]
  73. () Institutional resource centres and design education [d]
  74. () Create now!: a systematic guide to artistic audacity [i]
  75. () Nondeliberative forms of practice in social work: artful, actional, analogic [d]
  76. () The impact of libraries as creative spaces [o] [u]
  77. () Positive art: artistic expression and appreciation as an exemplary vehicle for flourishing [d]
  78. Phillip McIntyre, Janet Fulton, & Elizabeth Paton [ed] () The creative system in action: understanding cultural production and practice [i] [d]
  79. Katherine Melcher, Barry Stiefel, & Kristin Faurest [ed] () Community-built: art, construction, preservation, and place [i] [d]
  80. () Creativity as co-therapist: the practitioner's guide to the art of psychotherapy [i] [d]
  81. () A song to save the Salish Sea: musical performance as environmental activism [i] [j]
  82. () Becoming ecological citizens: connecting people through performance art, food matter and practices [d]
  83. () Critical making: exploring the use of making as a generative tool [d]
  84. () Toward a #soilpractice + #socialpractice manifesto: ending the art system and restoring aesthetic ecology [u]
  85. () Black is beautiful: a philosophy of Black aesthetics [i] [d]
  86. () Emotional cognition in urban planning and design [i] [d]
  87. () Striking beauty: a philosophical look at the Asian martial arts [i] [d] [j]
  88. () The practice of zazen as ritual performance [i] [d]
  89. () Helping members of the community manage their digital lives: developing a personal digital archiving workshop [d]
  90. () Questions for an open cultural institution: thinking together in provocative places [u]
  91. () Discussing design: improving communication and collaboration through critique [i]
  92. () Making conversation about ethical consumption with followthethings.com [u]
  93. () Urban youth and photovoice: visual ethnography in action [i]
  94. () What to make of makerspaces: tools and DIY only or is there an interconnected information resources space? [d]
  95. () The life of lines [i] [d]
  96. () Innovating minds: rethinking creativity to inspire change [i]
  97. () Imagination in action: secrets for unleashing creative expression [i]
  98. () Artistic development [i] [d]
  99. () Constructing knowledge art: an experiential perspective on crafting participatory representations [i] [d]
  100. () Why greatness cannot be planned: the myth of the objective [i] [d]
  101. Max O. Stephenson Jr. & A. Scott Tate [ed] () Arts and community change: exploring cultural development policies, practices and dilemmas [i] [d]
  102. () Alternative GIS (alt.gis) and the six senses of the new mind: is alt.gis transforming GIS into a liberation technology? [i] [d]
  103. () Design thinking for life [d]
  104. () Social practice or Trojan horse?: the need for an ethical framework to guide art in the public sphere [d]
  105. () Therapeutic outcomes in a museum? 'You don't get them by aiming for them': how a focus on arts participation promotes inclusion and well-being [d]
  106. () Map art lab: 52 exciting art explorations in mapmaking, imagination, and travel [i]
  107. () MakeAbility: creating accessible makerspace events in a public library [d]
  108. () Creativity, Inc.: overcoming the unseen forces that stand in the way of true inspiration [i]
  109. () How do artists learn and what can educators learn from them? [d] [u]
  110. Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, Marcus Foth, & Greg Hearn [ed] () Eat, cook, grow: mixing human–computer interactions with human–food interactions [i] [d]
  111. () The therapeutic use of photography in clinical social work: evidence-based best practices [d]
  112. () The role of conversational models in design practice [i] [d]
  113. () Beyond the frustrated self: overcoming avoidant patterns and opening to life [i] [d]
  114. () Rural Studio at twenty: designing and building in Hale County, Alabama [i]
  115. () How to be a better artist [d]
  116. () Linkography: unfolding the design process [i] [d] [j]
  117. () The location patterns of artistic clusters: a metro- and neighborhood-level analysis [d]
  118. Elizabeth Hallam & Tim Ingold [ed] () Making and growing: anthropological studies of organisms and artefacts [i]
  119. () Common threads: weaving community through collaborative eco-art [i]
  120. () 'If I am not doing my own playing then I am not able to truly share the gift of play with children': using poststructuralism and care ethics to examine future early childhood educators' relationships with play in adulthood [d]
  121. () Imagination and a pile of junk: a droll history of inventors and inventions [i]
  122. () Four tips on creativity from the creator of Calvin & Hobbes [u]
  123. () Traditional occupations in a modern world: career guidance, livelihood planning, and crafts in the context of globalization [i] [d]
  124. () Creativity—the unconscious foundations of the incubation period [p] [d]
  125. () The art studio as archive: tracing the geography of artistic potentiality, progress and production [d]
  126. () Make it mighty ugly: exercises & advice for getting creative even when it ain't pretty [i]
  127. () Teaching art to teens in public libraries [d]
  128. () The screenwriter activist: writing social issue movies [i] [d]
  129. () Quiet beauty: Japanese gardens of North America [i]
  130. () Evaluating creativity [i] [d]
  131. John M. Carroll [ed] () Creativity and rationale: enhancing human experience by design [i] [d]
  132. () Psychoanalysis and creativity in everyday life: ordinary genius [i] [d]
  133. () Opening the closed mind: the effect of exposure to literature on the need for closure [d]
  134. () 'Libraries are the most important public buildings' [interview with architect Francine Houben] [u]
  135. () Dune zine and the drawing jam at Café Racer [u]
  136. Glenn Harper & Twylene Moyer [ed] () Artists reclaim the commons: new works–new territories–new publics [i]
  137. (/2014) Food, sex and strangers: understanding religion as everyday life [i] [d]
  138. () Making: anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture [i] [d]
  139. () Worthless, impossible, and stupid: how contrarian entrepreneurs create and capture extraordinary value [i]
  140. () 101 design methods: a structured approach for driving innovation in your organization [i]
  141. () Undermining: a wild ride through land use, politics, and art in the changing West [i]
  142. Guruprasad Madhavan, Barbara A. Oakley, David Green, David Koon, & Penny Low [ed] () Practicing sustainability [i] [d]
  143. () Bread and salt: stories of artists and migration [i] [u]
  144. () Achieving both creativity and rationale: reuse in design with images and claims [i] [d]
  145. () New narratives using conversational sculptures [3D models of conversation] [u]
  146. Boon Lay Ong [ed] () Beyond environmental comfort [i]
  147. () The potentials of art to involve citizens in regional transitions: exploring a site-specific performance in Haarzuilens, the Netherlands [d]
  148. () I can't stand (for) art [u]
  149. () Catch the fire: an art-full guide to unleashing the creative power of youth, adults and communities [i]
  150. () Creative practices in the design studio culture: collaboration and communication [d]
  151. () The extractive arts [u]
  152. () The earth sciences and creative practice: exploring boundaries between digital and material culture [i] [d]
  153. Architecture for Humanity [ed] () Design like you give a damn 2: building change from the ground up [i]
  154. () The creativity cure: a do-it-yourself prescription for happiness [i]
  155. () The unity of art and life: the synthesis concept of Fluxus and Zen [d]
  156. () Lives of things [i] [d]
  157. () Communicating ecology through art: what scientists think [d]
  158. () Serene arts: the effect of personal unsettledness and of paintings' narrative structure on personality [d]
  159. () Parallel prototyping leads to better design results, more divergence, and increased self-efficacy [i] [d]
  160. Sandra H. Dudley [ed] () Museum objects: experiencing the properties of things [i] [d]
  161. () The power of popular education and visual arts for trauma survivors' critical consciousness and collective action [d]
  162. () Happy accidents: participatory culture and the public reconstruction of Bob Ross [d]
  163. () Counselling, psychotherapy and creativity [d]
  164. () Sculpting solutions: art–science collaborations in sustainability [d]
  165. () Zen gardens: the complete works of Shunmyō Masuno, Japan's leading garden designer [i]
  166. () Journey women: art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice [d]
  167. () Playing with race: a theoretical framework and approach for creative arts therapists [d]
  168. () Growing gardens: towards a theory of ecological aesthetic performances in indigenous Amazonia [u]
  169. () Concrete vs abstract visualisation: the real world as a canvas for data visualisation [i]
  170. () Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [d]
  171. () Convivial design toolbox: generative research for the front end of design [i]
  172. () Designing for social change: strategies for community-based graphic design [i]
  173. () Building community as social action: an art therapy group with adolescent males [d]
  174. () The future of art [i] [u]
  175. () Organizing thoughts and connecting brains: material practices and the transition from individual to group-level prospective sensemaking [d]
  176. () If you want to know who you are, tell me where you are: the importance of places [i] [d]
  177. () How people who are dying or mourning engage with the arts [u]
  178. () Running through a field: performance and humanness [d]
  179. () Seekers and travellers: contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest Coast [i]
  180. () Creative ecologies in action: technology and the workshop-as-artwork [i] [d]
  181. () Environmental art as eco-cultural restoration [i] [d]
  182. Gary D. Beckman [ed] () Disciplining the arts: teaching entrepreneurship in context [i]
  183. () Towards creative learning spaces: re-thinking the architecture of post-compulsory education [i] [d]
  184. () Open conversations: public learning in libraries and museums [i]
  185. () Community centered: 23 reasons why your library is the most important place in town [u]
  186. () Cultural experience in context: sense-making the arts [d]
  187. () Archiving is the new folk art [u]
  188. () Uncreative writing: managing language in the digital age [i] [d] [j]
  189. () Education for socially engaged art: a materials and techniques handbook [i]
  190. () The impact of group drumming on social-emotional behavior in low-income children [d]
  191. () Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i] [d]
  192. () Impositions of order: a comparison between design and fine art practices [d]
  193. () Desire to inspire: using creative passion to transform the world [i]
  194. () Forum theatre for bystanders: a new model for gender violence prevention [d]
  195. Twylene Moyer & Glenn Harper [ed] () The new earthwork: art, action, agency [i]
  196. () Art messaging to engage homeless young adults [d]
  197. () The seven secrets of the prolific: the definitive guide to overcoming procrastination, perfectionism, and writer's block [i]
  198. () Edge of life: forest pathology, art [i]
  199. () The luck of the draw: the role of lotteries in decision-making [i] [d]
  200. () John Dewey and the artful life: pragmatism, aesthetics, and morality [i]
  201. () Lifeworld Inc—and what to do about it [d]
  202. () Land matters: landscape photography, culture and identity [i]
  203. () 101 things to learn in art school [i] [d]
  204. () Artistry unleashed: a guide to pursuing great performance in work and life [i] [d] [j]
  205. () Habitat as architecture: integrating conservation planning and human health [d]
  206. () The art of leadership and its fine art shadow [d]
  207. () Making ideas happen: overcoming the obstacles between vision and reality [i]
  208. () Art, memory, and diplomacy: a possible model for community building [d]
  209. () Engaging performance: theatre as call and response [i]
  210. () Evolutionary aesthetics: rethinking the role of function in art and design [d]
  211. () Producing local color: art networks in ethnic Chicago [i] [d]
  212. () Thinking creatively is thinking critically [d]
  213. () Playing, creativity, possibility [d] [u]
  214. () Apprenticeship patterns: guidance for the aspiring software craftsman [i]
  215. () Orillia's got talent: attracting tourists with nonstop entertainment [u]
  216. () The textility of making [d]
  217. () Permapoesis and artist as family [d]
  218. () Leaving art: writings on performance, politics, and publics, 1974–2007 [i] [d]
  219. () Healing dimensions of Somali poetry in response to military humanitarian intervention [d]
  220. () The physical visualization of information: designing data sculptures in an educational context [i] [d]
  221. Catherine Hyland Moon [ed] () Materials and media in art therapy: critical understandings of diverse artistic vocabularies [i]
  222. () Material inspiration: from practice-led research to craft art education [d]
  223. () The adaptive capacity of rural crafts in the face of global challenges [d]
  224. () Social, economic, and political processes that create built environment inequities: perspectives from urban African Americans in Atlanta [p] [d]
  225. () Bamboo canopy: creating new reference-points for the craft of the Kotwalia community in India through sustainability [d]
  226. () Teaching and learning with therapists who work with street children and their families [d]
  227. () Leadership as art: leaders coming to their senses [d]
  228. () The connection between art, healing, and public health: a review of current literature [d]
  229. () The economics of cultural policy [i] [d]
  230. () A/r/tography, secondary theatre teaching, and the Theatre of Possibilities project [d]
  231. William Cartwright, Georg F. Gartner, & Antje Lehn [ed] () Cartography and art [i] [d]
  232. () Photovoice: a review of the literature in health and public health [d]
  233. () Enabling creative chaos: the organization behind the Burning Man event [i] [d]
  234. () Exploring the helpfulness of arts-based methods with children living in foster care [d]
  235. () A model of the creative process [u]
  236. () Identity affirmation through 'signature style': a study of toy car designers [d]
  237. () Of Minutemen and Rebel Clown Armies: reconsidering transformative citizenship [d]
  238. Lois Foreman-Wernet & Brenda Dervin [ed] () Audiences and the arts: communication perspectives [i]
  239. () The unconscious city: how expectancies about creative milieus influence creative performance [i] [d]
  240. Alison Forsyth & Christopher Megson [ed] () Get real: documentary theatre past and present [i] [d]
  241. () Facilitating youth participation in a context of forced migration: a photovoice project in northern Uganda [d]
  242. () Notes on collaboration: assessing student behaviors [d]
  243. (/2019) Expressive therapies continuum: a framework for using art in therapy [i]
  244. () Film collaboration and creative conflict [d]
  245. () The bad and the ugly: ethical concerns in participatory photographic methods with children living and working on the streets of Lima, Peru [d]
  246. () Moving beyond developmental paradigms: a case study and analysis of a TfD workshop in Bangladesh [d]
  247. () Contestatory performative acts in transnational political meetings [d]
  248. () Creating change: using the arts to help stop the stigma of mental illness and foster social integration [d]
  249. () Fanart as craft and the creation of culture [d]
  250. Peter Meusburger, Joachim Funke, & Edgar Wunder [ed] () Milieus of creativity: an interdisciplinary approach to spatiality of creativity [i] [d]
  251. () Lessons learned from the landscape: an integrated approach [d]
  252. () Simulation: Art or science? How to teach it? [d]
  253. Maritza Montero & Christopher C. Sonn [ed] () Psychology of liberation: theory and applications [i]
  254. () Design revolution: 100 products that empower people [i]
  255. () Stillness & light: the silent eloquence of Shaker architecture [i]
  256. Monica Prendergast & Juliana Saxton [ed] () Applied theatre: international case studies and challenges for practice [i]
  257. () Images for change: community development, community arts and photography [d]
  258. () Focusing-oriented art therapy: accessing the body's wisdom and creative intelligence [i]
  259. () XS future: new ideas, small structures [i]
  260. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  261. () Popular arts and education in community-based participatory research (CBPR): on the subtle craft of developing and enhancing channels for clear conversations among CBPR partners [p] [d]
  262. () Walking the line: affectively understanding and communicating the complexity of place [d]
  263. () Toward a more inclusive approach to participation: the varieties of art experiences [i]
  264. () Mirroring and attunement: self realization in psychoanalysis and art [i]
  265. () Artifice and design: art and technology in human experience [i] [j]
  266. () Called to action: environmental restoration by artists [d]
  267. (/2019) The artist's guide to public art: how to find and win commissions [i]
  268. Bryan Bell & Katie Wakeford [ed] () Expanding architecture: design as activism [i]
  269. () Blogs, Wikipedia, Second life, and beyond: from production to produsage [i]
  270. () The Japanese arts and self-cultivation [i]
  271. () Landscapes of feeling, arenas of action: information visualization as art practice [d]
  272. () Zen architecture: the building process as practice [i]
  273. () Hamming's 'open doors' and group creativity as keys to scientific excellence: the example of Cambridge [p] [d]
  274. () Balance is everything: bicycle messengers, work and leisure [d]
  275. () An artwork does not necessarily need an author; an author does not necessarily need an artwork [u]
  276. () Creativity support systems [i] [d]
  277. () The artist in society: understandings, expectations, and curriculum implications [d]
  278. Hugh H. Genoways & Mary Anne Andrei [ed] () Museum origins: readings in early museum history and philosophy [i]
  279. () Finding your inner voice through song: reaching adolescents with techniques common to poetry therapy and music therapy [d]
  280. () An illustrated life: drawing inspiration from the private sketchbooks of artists, illustrators and designers [i]
  281. () The experience of creative activity as a treatment medium [d]
  282. Noah Hass-Cohen & Richard Carr [ed] () Art therapy and clinical neuroscience [i]
  283. () Sense of place and sense of planet: the environmental imagination of the global [i] [d]
  284. () Digital visualization as a scholarly activity [d]
  285. J. Gary Knowles & Ardra L. Cole [ed] () Handbook of the arts in qualitative research: perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues [i] [d]
  286. () Remix: making art and commerce thrive in the hybrid economy [i]
  287. () Insights into the integration of traditional Filipino arts in art and design education: voices from the academe [d]
  288. () Beyond learning: exploring visitors' perceptions of the value and benefits of museum experiences [d]
  289. () Drawing as conversation: visual encounters with strangers [d]
  290. () Playgrounds, studios and hiding places: emotional exchange in creative learning spaces [d]
  291. () Can visualisation save the world?: lessons for landscape architects from visualizing local climate change [i]
  292. Jennifer Siegal [ed] () More mobile: portable architecture for today [i]
  293. () Protestival: global days of action and carnivalized politics in the present [d]
  294. () Art leisure instead of art work: a conversation with Randall Szott [u]
  295. () Experimental geography: radical approaches to landscape, cartography, and urbanism [i]
  296. () Music as social life: the politics of participation [i]
  297. () Unraveling ethics: reflections from a community-based participatory research project with youth [u]
  298. () Toward psychologies of liberation [i] [d]
  299. () Using narrative inquiry to explore the impact of art on individuals [d]
  300. () Attitudes towards globalization and cosmopolitanism: cultural diversity, personal consumption and the national economy [d]
  301. () The worldwide history of dress [i]
  302. () A general theory of artistic legitimation: how art worlds are like social movements [d]
  303. Liora Bresler [ed] () International handbook of research in arts education [i] [d]
  304. (/2010) The critique handbook: the art student's sourcebook and survival guide [i]
  305. () Art, ecology and art education: locating art education in a critical place-based pedagogy [d] [j]
  306. Elizabeth Hallam & Tim Ingold [ed] () Creativity and cultural improvisation [i] [d]
  307. () Visual art making for therapist growth and self-care [d]
  308. (/2013) Studio thinking 2: the real benefits of visual arts education [i]
  309. () Considering photographs never taken during photo-production projects [d]
  310. Leonard J. Hopper & Smith Maran Architects [ed] () Landscape architectural graphic standards [i]
  311. (/2008) Improv encyclopedia [u]
  312. () Art therapy and social action [i]
  313. () The mother of all arts: agrarianism and the creative impulse [i]
  314. () Everyday aesthetics: prosaics, the play of culture and social identities [i]
  315. () Common ground: cultural action as a route to community development [d]
  316. () Japanese spirituality and music practice: art as self-cultivation [i] [d]
  317. () Cultural uniqueness and aesthetic cosmopolitanism [d]
  318. Ruth Richards [ed] () Everyday creativity and new views of human nature: psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives [i] [d]
  319. () Lessons from Bernard Rudofsky: life as a voyage [i]
  320. () Everyday aesthetics [i] [d]
  321. () Design for the other 90% [i]
  322. () Nonverbal techniques in personal construct psychotherapy [d]
  323. () Thinking with art: from situated knowledge to experiential knowing [d]
  324. () Preferred work patterns of creative artists [d]
  325. Trapese Collective [ed] () Do it yourself: a handbook for changing our world [i]
  326. () A story of visual cultural and pedagogical webs [i] [d]
  327. () The arts & leadership: now that we can do anything, what will we do? [d]
  328. Deborah Barndt [ed] () Wild fire: art as activism [i]
  329. () A strategic logic for arts marketing: integrating customer value and artistic objectives [d]
  330. () The creative community builder's handbook: how to transform communities using local assets, art, and culture [i]
  331. Stephanie L. Brooke [ed] () Creative arts therapies manual: a guide to the history, theoretical approaches, assessment, and work with special populations of art, play, dance, music, drama, and poetry therapies [i]
  332. () The world in a suitcase: psychosocial support using artwork with refugee children in South Africa [u]
  333. Jan Cohen-Cruz & Mady Schutzman [ed] () A Boal companion: dialogues on theatre and cultural politics [i]
  334. () The trouble with (the term) art [d] [j]
  335. Lynne Elizabeth & Suzanne Young [ed] () Works of heart: building village through the arts [i]
  336. Hugh H. Genoways [ed] () Museum philosophy for the twenty-first century [i]
  337. () Art therapy, research and evidence based practice [i] [d]
  338. () The creative license: giving yourself permission to be the artist you truly are [i]
  339. Paul Locher, Colin Martindale, & Leonid Dorfman [ed] () New directions in aesthetics, creativity, and the arts [i] [d]
  340. () Insights into participatory video: a handbook for the field [i] [u]
  341. () Color me beautiful: racism, identity formation, and art therapy [d]
  342. () Fresh eyes: for kids in jail, photography opens up a world that's often closing in on them [o]
  343. Susana Pastor & Thomas Müller [ed] () País de luz: talleres de fotografía social, TAFOS, Perú 1986–1998 [i]
  344. () Science, art, and experience: constructing a science pedagogy from Dewey's aesthetics [d]
  345. () Resource use, development planning, and safeguarding intangible cultural heritage: lessons from Fiji Islands [u]
  346. () Manawa: Pacific heartbeat: a celebration of contemporary Maori & Northwest Coast art [i]
  347. () Less: alternative living strategies = Strategie alternative dell'abitare [i]
  348. () Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crisis [i]
  349. () Letters to a young artist [i]
  350. () Allan Kaprow, refusal/un-artist, Keith Tilford [u]
  351. () Youth participation in photovoice as a strategy for community change [d]
  352. () The advantages of a rooftop garden and other things [d]
  353. () When walls become doorways: creativity and the transforming illness [i]
  354. () Constructing an artistic identity [d]
  355. () The walking project: desire lines, walking and mapping across continents [u]
  356. () The viewpoints book: a practical guide to viewpoints and composition [i]
  357. () Markets and cultural voices: liberty vs. power in the lives of Mexican Amate painters [i] [d]
  358. () Proceed and be bold: Rural Studio after Samuel Mockbee [i]
  359. () An ecological approach to art education: environmental aesthetics [d]
  360. () The aesthetics of behavioral arrangements [p] [d]
  361. () Do we need new spaces for exhibiting contemporary art?: a critique of curatorial practice in relation to the viewer's engagement with contemporary art [d]
  362. () Bonds of civility: aesthetic networks and the political origins of Japanese culture [i]
  363. () Beginner's guide to community-based arts [i]
  364. Michael LaCoste [ed] () Design denied: the dynamics withholding good design and its ethical implications [i]
  365. () Art teachers and action research [d]
  366. () All over the map: new technology inspires projects that are redefining the artistic landscape [u]
  367. Malcolm Miles [ed] () New practices, new pedagogies: a reader [i]
  368. () Large group interventions: change as theater [d]
  369. () Where women create: inspiring work spaces of extraordinary women [i]
  370. () Artful therapy [i]
  371. () The edifice complex: how the rich and powerful shape the world [i]
  372. (/2010) Art practice as research: inquiry in visual arts [i]
  373. () Contemporary architecture and the digital design process [i]
  374. () The architecture of participation [i]
  375. () Invitation to the party: building bridges to the arts, culture, and community [i]
  376. () Authentic or not, it's original [d]
  377. () How to document an event [u]
  378. () A bridge between communities: video-making using principles of community-based participatory research [d]
  379. () Art and advocacy: citizen participation through cultural activism [i]
  380. Stephen P. Depoe, John W. Delicath, & Marie-France Aepli Elsenbeer [ed] () Communication and public participation in environmental decision making [i]
  381. () Rap therapy: a practical guide for communicating with youth and young adults through rap music [i]
  382. () Everyday genius: self-taught art and the culture of authenticity [i] [d]
  383. J. Michael Finger & Philip Schuler [ed] () Poor people's knowledge: promoting intellectual property in developing countries [i]
  384. () In her hands: craftswomen changing the world [i]
  385. () Art nature dialogues: interviews with environmental artists [i]
  386. () Together in rhythm: a facilitator's guide to drum circle music [i]
  387. () Making war with love: the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army [d]
  388. () The physical context of creativity [d]
  389. () The hothouse effect: intensify creativity in your organization using secrets from history's most innovative communities [i]
  390. Dominic Power & Allen John Scott [ed] () Cultural industries and the production of culture [i]
  391. () Creative authenticity: 16 principles to clarify and deepen your artistic vision [i]
  392. () The mind at work: valuing the intelligence of the American worker [i]
  393. () Anna Halprin's urban rituals [d]
  394. () Cake decorating as occupation: meaning and motivation [d]
  395. () Presence: exploring profound change in people, organizations, and society [i]
  396. () Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  397. () No title [on Tehching Hsieh and contemporary art] [i]
  398. () The false duality of work and leisure [d] [u]
  399. () Power and mastery: negotiations in community-based visual art [u]
  400. () The promise of cultural institutions [i]
  401. () Visual culture and studio practice [o] [u]
  402. () Tracing the footprints: documenting the process of performance [i]
  403. () Expressive logic: a new premise in arts advocacy [d]
  404. () Wabi sabi: the Japanese art of impermanence [i]
  405. () Design as meaning making: from making things to the design of thinking [d] [j]
  406. () Creativity, Inc.: building an inventive organization [i]
  407. () Where inspiration lives: writers, artists, and their creative places [i]
  408. () Samuel Mockbee and the Rural Studio: community architecture [i]
  409. () Manual for N55 book [i]
  410. () Creativity and reinforced variability [i] [d]
  411. () New geographies of comic book production in North America: the new artisan, distancing, and the periodic social economy [d]
  412. () Designing the world's best exhibits [i]
  413. Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb & Nancy Amendt-Lyon [ed] () Creative license: the art of gestalt therapy [i]
  414. () Developmental trajectories and creative work in late life [i] [d]
  415. () The creative habit: learn it and use it for life: a practical guide [i]
  416. () The perfect wrong note: learning to trust your musical self [i]
  417. () Actors and artists from Amazonia and the Andes [i] [j]
  418. () Of diagrams and rhizomes: visual culture, contemporary art, and the impossibility of mapping the content of art education [d] [j]
  419. () Why are artists poor?: the exceptional economy of the arts [i]
  420. () Wishing for a world without Theatre for Development: demystifying the case of Bangladesh [d]
  421. () Finding the thread of an interrupted conversation: the arts, education, and community [u]
  422. (/2005) Postproduction: culture as screenplay: how art reprograms the world [i]
  423. () Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an architecture of decency [i]
  424. () Education of a design entrepreneur [i]
  425. () Ventana hacia el infinito: arte shipibo-conibo [i]
  426. () Is art good for us?: beliefs about high culture in American life [i]
  427. () Mentoring in the art classroom [d] [j]
  428. () Towards a communal body of art: the exquisite corpse and Augusto Boal's theatre [d]
  429. () Home is where the art is: exploring the places people live through art education [d] [j]
  430. () Navigation was always a difficult art: general secretary's report to the International Necronautical Society on the interviews, discussions, screenings and performances conducted at the Office of Anti-Matter [i]
  431. () Studio art therapy: cultivating the artist identity in the art therapist [i]
  432. () Leading creative people: orchestrating expertise and relationships [d]
  433. () The nature of design: ecology, culture, and human intention [i]
  434. () The leader's edge: six creative competencies for navigating complex challenges [i]
  435. () Indigenous art: creating value and sharing beauty [i] [d]
  436. Jennifer Siegal [ed] () Mobile: the art of portable architecture [i]
  437. () Hip hop therapy: an exploratory study of a rap music intervention with at-risk and delinquent youth [d]
  438. () The widening stream: the seven stages of creativity [i]
  439. () Thinking geometrically: re-visioning space for a multimodal world [i]
  440. () Tea for two—creating in pairs [i]
  441. () The enchantment of modern life: attachments, crossings, and ethics [i] [d] [j]
  442. Hilary Bradbury [ed] (/2015) The Sage handbook of action research: participative inquiry and practice [i] [d]
  443. () Artists in rural locales: market access, landscape appeal and economic exigency [d]
  444. () Trials and triumphs: arts-based community development [o]
  445. () Why art cannot be taught: a handbook for art students [i]
  446. () Community theatre: global perspectives [i]
  447. () The art of life: interview with Herbie Hancock [u]
  448. () The crisis in agriculture is a crisis of culture [u]
  449. () Post-Cagean aesthetics and the 'event' score [j]
  450. () Building a creative hothouse: strategies of history's most creative groups [u]
  451. () Artists, tourists, and the elusive sublime: the artist as tourist, interpreter, and promoter of tourism [u]
  452. () Fabrication: essays on making things and making meaning [i]
  453. () Experience design: a manifesto for the creation of experiences [i]
  454. () Rhizomatic writing [u]
  455. () Theater of the recruits: Boal techniques in the New York Police Academy [u]
  456. () Finding space: Winnicott, God, and psychic reality [i]
  457. () More than a hobby: adult participation in the informal arts [d]
  458. () Photovoice ethics: perspectives from Flint Photovoice [d]
  459. () Creative spirituality: the way of the artist [i]
  460. Wolfgang Zinggl [ed] () WochenKlausur: sociopolitical activism in art [i]
  461. () An existing better world: notes on the Bread and Puppet Theater [i]
  462. () How to use your eyes [i] [d]
  463. (/2012) Making culture and weaving the world [i] [d]
  464. () The meaning of leadership in a cultural democracy: rethinking public library values [d]
  465. () The librarian as secular minister to democracy: the life and ideas of John Cotton Dana [j]
  466. () Self-mutilation and art therapy: violent creation [i]
  467. (/2006) Ethical issues in art therapy [i]
  468. John D. Morgan [ed] () Meeting the needs of our clients creatively: the impact of art and culture on caregiving [i] [d]
  469. () The quiet in the land: everyday life, contemporary art, and Projeto Axé [d] [j]
  470. () Highs!: over 150 ways to feel really, really good... without alcohol or other drugs [i]
  471. () Learning to think with emotion [u]
  472. () Performing live: aesthetic alternatives for the ends of art [i] [d] [j]
  473. () Becoming oneself [u]
  474. () Movies as equipment for living: a developmental analysis of the importance of film in everyday life [d]
  475. () Scientist and artist within the mature self: the integration of two worlds [i]
  476. () Contemporary practices: art as experience [i]
  477. Paul Arnett & William Arnett [ed] () Souls grown deep: African American vernacular art of the South [i]
  478. () Intuition and creativity in psychotherapy [d]
  479. () The populist arts movement: altering the face of America [u]
  480. () The philosopher as Andy Warhol [i]
  481. () A case for an art education of everyday aesthetic experiences [d] [j]
  482. Peggy Holman, Tom Devane, & Steven Cady [ed] (/2007) The change handbook: the definitive resource on today's best methods for engaging whole systems [i]
  483. () Storylines: craftartists' narratives of identity [i]
  484. (/2007) Visual explorer [i]
  485. () The experience economy: work is theatre & every business a stage [i]
  486. () Contemporary art therapy with adolescents [i]
  487. () How we write: writing as creative design [i]
  488. () The commodification of time in two art worlds [d] [j]
  489. () Custom built: a twenty-year survey of work by Allan Wexler [i]
  490. () The art of life: Dewey's aesthetics [i]
  491. () Creative connections: the healing power of women's art and craft work [d]
  492. () Getting the word out: the artist's guide to self-promotion [i]
  493. () Isolation: artist's friend or foe? [o]
  494. () Art, ecological restoration, and art education [d] [j]
  495. Linda Frye Burnham & Steven Durland [ed] () The citizen artist: 20 years of art in the public arena: an anthology from High performance magazine, 1978-1998 [i]
  496. () Learning to trust and trusting to learn: a role for radical theatre [d]
  497. (/2013) The art and science of evaluation in the arts therapies: how do you know what's working? [i]
  498. () Another always thinks in me [i]
  499. () Art education and the aesthetics of land use in the age of ecology [d] [j]
  500. Anna R. Hiscox & Abby C. Calisch [ed] () Tapestry of cultural issues in art therapy [i]
  501. (/2005) House of games: making theatre from everyday life [i]
  502. () The quiet in the land: everyday life, contemporary art, and the Shakers: a conversation with Janet A. Kaplan [d] [j]
  503. () The art of service [o]
  504. (/2007) The art therapy sourcebook [i]
  505. () Beyond book issues: the social potential of library projects [i]
  506. () Learning development: an introduction to the social impact of public libraries [i]
  507. () Theatre for community, conflict & dialogue: the Hope is Vital training manual [i]
  508. () The healing wisdom of Africa: finding life purpose through nature, ritual, and community [i]
  509. () Photovoice as a participatory health promotion strategy [d]
  510. () Landscape and desire: Bread and Puppet pageants in the 1990s [o]
  511. () Artists as experts: a participatory methodology to produce traditional and popular media [u]
  512. Phoebe M. Farris-Dufrene [ed] () Voices of color: art and society in the Americas [i]
  513. () The human/land dialectic: anthropic landscapes of the Center for Land Use Interpretation [u]
  514. () The creative arts: an avenue to wellness among Native American Indians [d]
  515. () Guerrilla bookmaking: preserving your community's heritage [i] [u]
  516. () The art of moral protest: culture, biography, and creativity in social movements [i] [d]
  517. () Giving people a voice rather than a message [u]
  518. () The lure of the local: senses of place in a multicentered society [i]
  519. () Self-made worlds: visionary folk art environments [i]
  520. () Art for democracy's sake [o]
  521. () Humor in art: a celebration of visual wit [i]
  522. () Absence of the Buddha image in early Buddhist art: towards its significance in comparative religion [i]
  523. () Teatro legislativo [i]
  524. () O arco-íris do desejo: método Boal de teatro e terapia [i]
  525. (/1998) Legislative theatre: using performance to make politics [i]
  526. () Formless: a user's guide [i]
  527. () The information-seeking behavior of artists: exploratory interviews [d] [j]
  528. Roy Edward Disney, Joyce Greene, Deborah Reber, & Christian Clark [ed] () Drawing insight: communicating development through animation [i]
  529. (/1998) Maintaining humanity: an interview with Grady Hillman about arts-in-corrections [i]
  530. () Justifying work: occupational rhetorics as resources in restaurant kitchens [d] [j]
  531. () Work as art: Idaho logging as an aesthetic moment [i]
  532. () All spirituality comes from artists [i]
  533. () Issues in expressive arts: curriculum for early childhood: an Australian perspective [i]
  534. Louwrien Wijers [ed] () Writing as sculpture, 1978–1987 [i]
  535. () Working with the light: women of vision [i]
  536. () Gardens of revelation: environments by visionary artists [i]
  537. () The rainbow of desire: the Boal method of theatre and therapy [i]
  538. () Using an art technique to facilitate leadership development [i]
  539. () The practice of technology: exploring technology, ecophilosophy, and spiritual disciplines for vital links [i]
  540. Nina Felshin [ed] () But is it art?: the spirit of art as activism [i]
  541. () English is broken here: notes on cultural fusion in the Americas [i]
  542. () Moving toward life: five decades of transformational dance [i]
  543. Suzanne Lacy [ed] () Mapping the terrain: new genre public art [i]
  544. Baile Oakes [ed] () Sculpting with the environment: a natural dialogue [i]
  545. () A place in space: ethics, aesthetics, and watersheds: new and selected prose [i]
  546. () The vital role of adaptive grandiosity in artistic creativity [p] [u]
  547. (/1998) The cutting edge is enormous: Liz Lerman and Richard Owen Geer [i]
  548. Margery B. Franklin & Bernard Kaplan [ed] () Development and the arts: critical perspectives [i]
  549. () Professionalism and the visual artist [d]
  550. () Wabi-sabi for artists, designers, poets & philosophers [i]
  551. Charles E. Schaefer & Lois J. Carey [ed] () Family play therapy [i]
  552. Mady Schutzman & Jan Cohen-Cruz [ed] () Playing Boal: theatre, therapy, activism [i]
  553. () Cognitive support and the rhythm of design [i] [d]
  554. () Structures of power: toward a theatre of liberation [i]
  555. () Transforming the placebo effect in art therapy [o] [u]
  556. () From eco-cities to living machines: principles of ecological design [i]
  557. () Empowerment through photo novella: portraits of participation [d]
  558. () Interactive acting: acting, improvisation, and interacting for audience participatory theatre [i]
  559. () Toward an art education of place [d] [j]
  560. () The conditions of creativity [i]
  561. () Finding the muse: a sociopsychological inquiry into the conditions of artistic creativity [i]
  562. () Literacy through the book arts [i]
  563. (/2003) Essays on the blurring of art and life [i]
  564. Charles E. Schaefer & Athena A. Drewes [ed] (/2014) The therapeutic powers of play: 20 core agents of change [i]
  565. () It's about transformation [d]
  566. () Sacred spaces and other places: a guide to grottos and sculptural environments in the Upper Midwest [i]
  567. () Careers and creativity: social forces in the arts [i]
  568. Dorothea S. Whitten & Norman E. Whitten [ed] () Imagery & creativity: ethnoaesthetics and art worlds in the Americas [i]
  569. Joy Aquilino [ed] () Art for survival: the illustrator and the environment = der Illustrator und die Umwelt = l'illustrateur et l'environnement [i]
  570. () Emotions as an art form [i]
  571. () Art in other places: artists at work in America's community and social institutions [i]
  572. (/1995) Chaosmosis: an ethico-aesthetic paradigm [i]
  573. () Nicaraguan poetry workshops: the democratization of poetry [o]
  574. Joan Jeffri [ed] () The craftsperson speaks: artists in varied media discuss their crafts [i]
  575. () The full employment myth: alternative solutions to unemployment [d] [j]
  576. () Art and the environmental crisis: from commodity aesthetics to ecology aesthetics [d] [j]
  577. () Contemplative photography as practice and therapy [u]
  578. () Designing as reflective conversation with the materials of a design situation [d]
  579. () Arts as epistemology: enabling children to know what they know [d]
  580. () Shooting back: a photographic view of life by homeless children [i]
  581. () The practice of the wild: essays [i]
  582. (/2016) La práctica de lo salvaje: ensayos [i]
  583. Maud Sulter [ed] () Passion: discourses on blackwomen's creativity [i]
  584. () When is an artist an artist: an analysis of factors to claiming membership in this profession [d]
  585. () The philanthropic vision: the Owatonna Art Education Project as an example of 'private' interests in public schooling [d] [j]
  586. () To weave and sing: art, symbol, and narrative in the South American rain forest [i] [d]
  587. () Native American architecture [i]
  588. () Lord I'm coming home: everyday aesthetics in Tidewater North Carolina [i] [d] [j]
  589. () Highbrow/lowbrow: the emergence of cultural hierarchy in America [i] [j]
  590. () John Dewey's theory of art, experience, and nature: the horizons of feeling [i]
  591. () Creativity, criticism, and community [i]
  592. () The historical genesis of a pure aesthetic [d] [j]
  593. (/2001) What is the creative act? [i]
  594. () The artist alone: work-related and social needs: selected findings [d]
  595. (/1993) Exploring folk art: twenty years of thought on craft, work, and aesthetics [i] [j] [u]
  596. () Artists in space: a handbook for developing artists' studio space [o]
  597. (/1988) The reasoning of designers [o]
  598. () The artist as therapist [i]
  599. (/1995) Life as a work of art [i]
  600. () What the hell do we want an artist here for? [i]
  601. () In search of artistic excellence: the social construction of artistic values [d] [j]
  602. () Craft today: poetry of the physical [i]
  603. () Democracy is fun [o]
  604. (/1995) The knowing body: the artist as storyteller in contemporary performance [i]
  605. () Choices: making an art of everyday life [i]
  606. (/2013) Sun, wind, and light: architectural design strategies [i]
  607. () The democratic faith [j]
  608. () Being and circumstance: notes toward a conditional art [i]
  609. () What is Japanese architecture?: a survey of traditional Japanese architecture [i]
  610. (/1998) The year of the rope: an interview with Linda Montano & Tehching Hsieh [i]
  611. () Higher creativity: liberating the unconscious for breakthrough insights [i]
  612. () Navajo art and education [d] [j]
  613. () Bioshelters, ocean arks, city farming: ecology as the basis of design [i]
  614. () Personal places: perspectives on informal art environments [i]
  615. () The visual arts and medical education [i]
  616. (/2003) The real experiment [i]
  617. () Experience as art: aesthetics in everyday life [i]
  618. () Formal records of the use of time and movement through space: a conceptual and visual series of artworks [d] [j]
  619. () Commonsense architecture: a cross-cultural survey of practical design principles [i]
  620. () Grass roots vanguard: is it possible that the most radical manifestation of the avant garde in our time is unfolding right before our eyes, in the rise of the neighborhood artist? [o]
  621. (/2008) Art worlds [i] [d]
  622. () The social limits of art [i]
  623. () Artists in tune with their world: masters of popular art in the Americas and their relation to the folk tradition [i]
  624. (/2008) Seeing is forgetting the name of the thing one sees: over thirty years of conversations with Robert Irwin [i]
  625. () Drawing from action for action: drawing and discussion as a popular research tool [o]
  626. (/1987) A thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia [i]
  627. () Wilderness travel as an art and as a paradigm for outdoor education [d]
  628. (/2008) The barefoot architect: a handbook for green building [i]
  629. () The pride of Mrs. McBride [o]
  630. () Made to measure: children's books in developing countries [i]
  631. () The real work: interviews & talks, 1964–1979 [i]
  632. (/1984) Distinction: a social critique of the judgement of taste [i]
  633. () Tents: architecture of the nomads [i]
  634. () 200 exercícios e jogos para o ator e o não-ator com vontade de dizer algo através do teatro [o]
  635. (/2002) Games for actors and non-actors [i]
  636. () The prodigious builders: notes toward a natural history of architecture with special regard to those species that are traditionally neglected or downright ignored [i]
  637. () Language and art in the Navajo universe [i] [d]
  638. (/1992) The joyless economy: the psychology of human satisfaction [i]
  639. (/1975) Teatro do oprimido e outras poéticas políticas [o]
  640. (/1979) Theater of the oppressed [i]
  641. () In praise of hands: contemporary crafts of the world [i]
  642. () Otto Rank and the step beyond psychology [o]
  643. () The relevance of ecology [i]
  644. () Architecture for the poor: an experiment in rural Egypt [i] [d]
  645. () The book of highs: 250 ways to alter consciousness without drugs [i]
  646. () A sense of place: the artist and the American land [i]
  647. (/1973) Tools for conviviality [i]
  648. György Kepes [ed] () Arts of the environment [i]
  649. (/2003) The education of the un-artist [i]
  650. (/1984) Design for the real world: human ecology and social change [i]
  651. () Teaching and learning as performing arts = Lehren und Lernen als Auffuehrungskuenste [o]
  652. () Expanded cinema [i]
  653. (/1982) Streets for people: a primer for Americans [i]
  654. () The theatre of mixed means: an introduction to happenings, kinetic environments, and other mixed-means performances [o]
  655. () Assemblage, environments & happenings [o]
  656. () A primer of happenings & time/space art [o]
  657. (/2000) Grapefruit: a book of instructions & drawings [i]
  658. (/1987) Architecture without architects: a short introduction to non-pedigreed architecture [i]
  659. (/1992) Design with climate: bioclimatic approach to architectural regionalism [i]
  660. (/2001) The immediate experience: movies, comics, theatre & other aspects of popular culture [i]
  661. (/1992) The image: a guide to pseudo-events in America [i]
  662. () The education of an artist [o]
  663. () The image: knowledge in life and society [o] [d]
  664. () The dangers of literacy [d] [j]
  665. () The human community: its philosophy and practice for a time of crisis [o]
  666. () The community in art [o]
  667. () Creative training [d] [j]
  668. (/1961) Lecture on nothing [i]
  669. (/1998) Leisure, the basis of culture; The philosophical act [i]
  670. () The grass roots of art: four lectures on social aspects of art in an industrial age [o]
  671. () Art for daily living: the story of the Owatonna Art Education Project [o] [j]
  672. () Toward a philosophy of art as creation [j]
  673. (/2002) To hell with culture: and other essays on art and society [i]
  674. () Community art activities [d]
  675. () Art is action: a discussion of nine arts in a modern world [o]
  676. () Enrichment of the common life [o] [u]
  677. () Art a way of life [o] [u]
  678. () The transformation of nature in art [o] [d]
  679. () Art as experience [i]
  680. () Art and the life of action [o]
  681. (/1989) Art and artist: creative urge and personality development [i]
  682. (/1960) The art spirit: notes, articles, fragments of letters and talks to students, bearing on the concept and technique of picture making, the study of art generally, and on appreciation [i]
  683. (/1957) Productivity and existence [o] [u]
  684. (/1968) Fields, factories, and workshops: or, Industry combined with agriculture and brain work with manual work [o] [u]

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