Date of Award
PHD - Doctor of Philosophy
This Art-Based Research (ABR) illuminates the power of creativity to inspire and heal people living in a maximum-security forensic psychiatric hospital. The study comprises: the individual and group artwork from the Collaborative Ceramic Art Therapy Studio with thirteen participants; a culminating thirteen-minute film found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PytlFZVvlig, Conversations in Clay: Creativity, Collaboration, and Community; an artistic inquiry and examination of the project footage; and a discussion of how the therapeutic filmmaking process helped capture the essential therapeutic elements of clay, filmmaking, and the art therapy studio environment.
Number of Pages
Duckrow, Serena, "Filmmaking as Artistic Inquiry: An Examination of Ceramic Art Therapy in a Maximum-Security Forensic Psychiatric Facility" (2017). Expressive Therapies Dissertations. 30.
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