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Art Hives from Coast-to-Coast: Weaving a Collective Narrative

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Art Hives from Coast-to-Coast: Weaving a Collective Narrative

Chainey, Rachel (2018) Art Hives from Coast-to-Coast: Weaving a Collective Narrative. [Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)] (Unpublished)

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The purpose of this research project is to document and disseminate the different narratives of leaders of Art Hives projects that are part of the Art Hives Network, across Canada. Research participants have submitted short videos in which they share their story of starting an Art Hive. A thematic analysis of the narrative videos collected has been realized by the researcher, in order to gain deeper insight into what these diverse projects have in common and what makes them stand out as unique. The overarching goals pursued by this study are to increase understanding and awareness that Art Hives have of each other, the visibility of Art Hives as a movement, and to democratize the understanding of this model of arts-based social inclusion for the general public, funders, and policy makers.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Fine Arts > Creative Arts Therapies
Item Type:Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)
Authors:Chainey, Rachel
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M.A.
Program:Creative Arts Therapies (Art Therapy Option)
Date:13 April 2018
Funders:
  • Fondation du Grand Montréal
Keywords:creative art therapies; public practice art therapy; art hives; narrative research; participatory video
ID Code:983750
Deposited By: RACHEL CHAINEY
Deposited On:13 Apr 2018 19:31
Last Modified:13 Apr 2018 19:31
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