Information: art & creating
Information on the theory and practice of art & creating outdoors – from case studies to policies, examples of forms, documents & handouts, research and articles, and much more to support your theoretical explorations into the outdoors.
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Reports, articles, research etc are, as much as possible, arranged in chronological order, most recent at the top.
Report on research that finds people who engaged in artistic activities in both middle age and when they were 85 and older, were less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment than those who did not engage in artistic activities. From Live Science, 8 April 2015.
The internet is full of resources – no doubt you can find plenty yourself! But here are just a few sites & articles sharing art & creating resources that caught our eye – just to start you off…
Artists Helping Children: Recycled Crafts. Tons of craft projects using everyday household items.
Kids Art. Hands-on art education for home and school – free art resources & shop.