Art Education as a Tool in The Construction of a Symbolic World and The Elaboration of Subjectivity
Thursday, January 20, 2022
- 2:59 PM
Currently, we are captured by the empty and dystopian images of the digital universe, where the disenchantment with the world and its isolationism makes us unable to live in a symbolic world. Art education, structured in artistic observation and in the understanding of the creative process, both anchored in sensitivity and reflection, helps in the construction of a personal symbolic world and, consequently, accelerates the process of body and psyche integration.
Lais Dias has majored in Architecture and Urban Design with specialization in Art History and Transpersonal and Jungian Psychology. She has been working as an art educator for children with cerebral palsy, illustrating children and youth books as well as producing her own artwork.
Lais recorded a three-year project to teach art and creative process to cerebral palsy students at AACD Lar Escola - São Paulo, Brazil. The link to the documentary can be found here: https://vimeo.com/412044670
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Last Updated: 01/03/22