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“What’s the End Goal?” : Therapeutic Art: More than Just Art-making – the Systemic Healing of Individuals and Communities
The Body at Work: Foreign Policy and Somatic Intervention
Nothing Into Something
HOME TO OBLIVION: A Collection of Stories
Participant Voices: Towards an Assessment of Socially Engaged Art
Kichiku Culture: Audience As Creators, Creators Of Their Own Realities
How Did We Get Here? Chinese Contemporary Performance Art in Mainland China Contextualized
Stained Truth
Technological Heterotopia
The Present Process: Deep Lez Processing in the Present in Allyson Mitchell
(Self) Reflections on Race: Considering the Role of White Arts Administrators in Creating Racially Equitable Arts Organizations
Losses in Environmental Activism: Confronting Vulnerability
A New Wave of Rage: Radical Responses to Queer Co-option
Sensualizing The Industrial: Repetition and The Gaze in Sculpture
Inhabited Landscape
Small but Mighty: Combating the Affordable Housing Crisis Through Small-Scale Historic Rehabilitation
Painting Death in Antwerp: 
Depictions of Martyrdoms By Ambrosius Francken I
Black Art Therapists: Using the Internet and Online Media Platforms to Support Community Connection
The Labor of Maintaining Care Re:Considering the Relationships between Maintenance Worker, Institution, and Student
Gentlemen Prefer Robes

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