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  • The Acoustic Memory Project is a concert/performance by art therapist, Dr. Bruce L. Moon. It is a collection of original music and spoken-word, recounting the early days of art therapy in the U.S. and the formation of the American Art Therapy Association.

    The Acoustic Memory Project

  • This film documents a range of arts interventions for healthcare settings including music, dance, art therapy, child life, play, humor, drama and multimodal approaches.

    The Arts as Therapy in Medicine

  • This grouping of two films about a pioneering Arts in Medicine program is presented along with interviews of two creative arts therapists who work in that program.

    The Arts in Health Care: A Continuum of Creative Healing

  • This film weaves together music, art, poetry and the history of children imprisoned in the Ghetto Terezin from 1941 to 1945, where they created the art, performed operas and concerts.

    The Journey of Butterfly

  • This collection of three short historical films explores a range of topics relating to artists working outside the cultural mainstream.

    Three Films About Outsider Artists

  • In picture and word Deborah Koff-Chapin recounts her inspiring story of the discovery of Touch Drawing, and its varied therapeutic uses. Interweaving themes also include the relationship between creativity, personal health and community.

    Through the Veil: The Story of Touch Drawing

  • In this film Patricia Waters examines the inner journey of her life, viewing 50 years of her artwork as a process of self-revelation and transformation.

    Transformation through Art: A Personal Mythic Journey

  • This documentary respectfully explores traumatic memory through interviews with six survivors of World War II internment camps. Creating helps them remember and tell their stories to art therapist Janice Hoshino.

    Visual Memories: Japanese American Internment Survivors & Art Therapy

  • Inside a federal women’s prison a German-born theater artist encourages a racially mixed circle of women to find their own voices through poetry and creative expression, and meets their children on the outside.

    Voices From Inside

  • This documentary is about the life of celebrated Canadian artist William Kurelek, dramatically told through his paintings and on-camera revelations.

    William Kurelek’s The Maze

  • This film tells the story of Richard Wawro, an artist from Scotland who was diagnosed with autism from a very young age.

    With Eyes Wide Open