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Archaeology, art and autism : North Carolina-Israel connections

Author: Cheyney HalesWilliam L CassellLea RabinNancy SchoenfeldKathryn CameronAll authors
Publisher: [North Carolina] : North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, 2000.
Series: Art and disability collection.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Presents a shared art and music education program between centers for autistic children in both North Carolina and Israel. Instructors, parents and autistic students are interviewed concerning the beneficial effects of the intercultural program. Concludes with an exhibition of art works by the students from Israel and North Carolina titled "Visions of Israel: paintings by artists with autism."
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Genre/Form: Art
Music
Interviews
Exhibitions
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Cheyney Hales; William L Cassell; Lea Rabin; Nancy Schoenfeld; Kathryn Cameron; Lee M Marcus; Shula Friedrich; Chris Reagan; Ruth Penn; Elias Katz; Florence Ludins-Katz; University of California, Berkeley. Office of Disability Studies.; National Institute of Art and Disabilities (U.S.); North Carolina. Department of Cultural Resources.
OCLC Number: 47124100
Language Note: In English and Hebrew with English voiceovers.
Notes: From the archives of NIAD and the Office of Disability Studies, University of California, Berkeley ; curators, Elias Katz and Florence Ludins-Katz.
Performer(s): Commentary: William L. Cassell, Lea Rabin, Nancy Schoenfeld, Kathryn Cameron, Lee Marcus, Shula Friedrich, Chris Reagan, Ruth Penn.
Description: 1 videocassette (39 min.) : sd., color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Art and disability collection.
Other Titles: Visions of Israel: paintings by artists with autism.
North Carolina-Israel connections
Responsibility: made by Cheyney Hales.

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Presents a shared art and music education program between centers for autistic children in both North Carolina and Israel. Instructors, parents and autistic students are interviewed concerning the beneficial effects of the intercultural program. Concludes with an exhibition of art works by the students from Israel and North Carolina titled "Visions of Israel: paintings by artists with autism."

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