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Art. Therapy.

The Institute for Integrative Health
1407 Fleet St, Baltimore MD, 21231
October 29 - November 19, 2015

A long-established but undervalued practice, art therapy tends to be viewed as a marginalized practice in both art worlds and clinical worlds. This exhibition, co-curated by Isa Gonzalez and Peggy Kolodny, shines an illuminating light on several stellar and diverse art therapy programs, uncovering the field’s relevance to both strong art and strong therapy. It also includes examples of other health-focused art activities.

Sponsor: The Institute for Integrative Health

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