Perrin, Stephanie
January 2004
Independent School;Winter2004, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p20
Discusses the importance of arts education to the psychological growth of adolescents. Factors that contributed to the creation of artistic identity among adolescents; Use of arts as an outlet for risk taking; Role of arts in the development of imagination and vision.


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