Carrie Lanza participates in Social Work and Arts Practices Symposium

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August 22, 2014 - IAS faculty member Carrie Lanza participated in the Social Work and Arts Practices Symposium at the University of Michigan. The working group consisted of teams of administrators and faculty representing schools of social work, art, design, theatre, music, and media at University of Michigan, USC, Washington University, NYU, and the UW, along with a handful of arts organizations and foundations, including MOMA and the Pulitzer Foundation. The group meets annually to envision and develop academic and community partnerships that draw on arts-based approaches in social work pedagogy and social practice in the arts. Lanza's contribution to the symposium was her talk, Towards an Embodied Community Arts Praxis for Social Work.

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