Drama therapy changed my impressions of homelessness | Tommy Waltz | TEDxDirigo

Drama therapy changed my impressions of homelessness | Tommy Waltz | TEDxDirigo

Translator: Maricene Crus Reviewer: Denise RQ My initial impressions of homelessness were shaped by one incident. I entered Preble Street Resource Center as a first-year Master’s of Social Work student intern. I was wearing my very green social worker badge practically proclaiming: “I am a fixer!” (Laughter) And so I put myself in the middle […]

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OFFICIAL TRAILER My Classic Life as an Artist: A Portrait of Larry Bissonnette

OFFICIAL TRAILER My Classic Life as an Artist: A Portrait of Larry Bissonnette

Fastening labels on people is like leasing cars with destinations determined beforehand. It’s significant that my artistic style lets me express personal perspectives of autistic but intelligent old Vermonter. They put Larry in Waterbury State Hospital. I saw Larry in… in awful condition. Tapping well of silence with painting permitted songs of hurt to be […]

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Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part I : The Fine Arts Museum in Budapest

Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part I : The Fine Arts Museum in Budapest

The building of the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest is a beautiful building. It was built in 1906 or turn of the century in historicist style. So therefore, no one should wonder if you can see a mixture of different architectural styles like Romanesque, or Renaissance, or Baroque. We differentiate between different halls by saying […]

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LIFE-TECH, art?

LIFE-TECH, art?

morning bell to call for my assistant to start my day my transportation: a manual-electric wheelchair for indoor use, a versatile electric wheelchair that allows me to change positions from time to time, an adaptive tricycle for bike rides a minivan adapted with an electric ramp and a locking mechanism to secure my electric wheelchair […]

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