In the course of creating "Art Therapy Has Many Faces," Judy Rubin collected many hours of footage on art therapy and related areas. Most of it was donated by individuals and institutions; some of it came from commercial sources.
There are currently almost 400 hours of tape in this digital archive. Most of this footage, rare and largely unseen, represents an invaluable resource. It is especially noteworthy because it shows the work of many pioneers in the arts therapies.
EMI welcomes the submission of raw footage and finished work in any of the creative arts therapies. If you have or know of any such work, please contact us regarding the possibility of adding it to the collection—an ongoing resource.
We are currently reproducing the archive for eventual storage at an institution of higher learning, in order to make its contents available to students and scholars in the arts therapies. Please let us know if you have any suggestions.
WANTED: FOOTAGE & FUNDING
Also, if you know of possible additional sources of funding to supplement a grant from the Marion Chace Fund of the American Dance Therapy Association, please let us know about them.
If you are filming new footage, please be sure to have participants sign a release form.