Physical, Psychological, Emotional

Like everyone, everywhere, we are dealing with the coronavirus on a multitude of levels: physical, psychological, and emotional. The landscape we all navigate at this time is a shifting balance of forced separation and the need for human contact. Speaking for myself, as an artist who enjoys creating in solitude, but is also accustomed to job-related social interactions, this balancing […]

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Providing Therapy Within A Crisis: How Art Therapy Studio Worked to Meet Its Artists “Where They Are”

Just days into the country’s COVID-19 crisis, as Governor Mike DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton began transitioning from their respective State roles into our living rooms, Art Therapy Studio, the oldest art therapy program of its kind in the country, began its own transition: one that aimed to serve its audiences by providing Distance Art Therapy to its artists. “We […]

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The day we knew that schools would close, the first thing we started talking about was how to keep arts-learning going, and what were other ways that Art House could continue to be a resource for the community. As a result, artists and staff have begun to create video art lessons and to reconnect with students and workshop participants. We […]

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