What happened his year:
Arts and Healing - An Interactive, Multi-Media Symposium
... presented by Artists and Scientists as Partners
February 28 and March 1, 2014
ASaP hosts a symposium on holistic, creative approaches that benefit people with Parkinson's disease and those on the Autism Spectrum. The symposium includes a panel, film screenings, and a lecture demonstration. Highlights of the symposium will be a master class, workshop, and seminar all led by David Leventhal (Brown ’95), Program Director, Dance for PD® and former Mark Morris Dance Group dancer.
Arts and Healing - an Interactive, Multi-Media Symposium is part of Widening the Circle, presented by FirstWorks and American Dance Legacy Initiative, in collaboration with Artists and Scientists as Partners, Brown University, and Mark Morris Dance Group. Widening the Circle includes master classes, lecture demonstrations, residencies, performances, and seminars and an evening of live music and dance with the Mark Morris Dance Group.
See below for more information and a detailed schedule of all events.
... is an organization housed at Brown University that facilitates educational programs on the topic of arts and health. We work with both medical and arts practitioners to foster creative, integrative health practices. Our agenda demands for a (greater) recognition and valuation of the patient’s creative voice, and the knowledge they bring to medical practice. We believe the arts are a way to foster this voice.