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Author Oddie, David.

Title A Journey of Art and Conflict : Weaving Indra's Net
Published Bristol : Intellect, 2015
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Prologue; Introduction; Part I: Weaving the Net; Chapter 1: Genesis, Ideas and Inspiration; Chapter 2: The Weaver's Story; Chapter 3: The Weaver's Skills and Experience; Part II: Casting the Net; Chapter 4: The United Kingdom: Lisa in Burnley and Bolton; Plymouth and Durham; Chapter 5: Marina in Palestine; Chapter 6: Jeton in Kosovo; Chapter 7: Mary in South Africa; Part III: Widening the Net; Chapter 8: Interlude; Chapter 9: Urvashi in India; Chapter 10: Marcia in Brazil
Chapter 11: Matt and Mary in Derry/LondonderryChapter 12: Sierra Leone; Chapter 13: Slipping through the Net and New Partners; Part IV: Damage, Repairs and Re-invention; Chapter 14: Crisis; Chapter 15: Hauling in the Net: A Conversation; Part V: Samples from the Catch; Chapter 16: Suggestions for Exercises and Workshop Programmes; Appendix 1: ARROW/Indra Congress Timeline: Some Key Events; Appendix 2: Extracts from the Indra 5 Year Plan 2014-2019; Bibliography; Index; Back Cover
Summary A Journey of Art and Conflict: Weaving Indra's Net is a deeply personal exploration of David Oddie's attempts to uncover the potential of the arts as a resource for reconciliation in the wake of conflict and for the creative transformation of conflict itself. It began when Oddie, seeing the fractured world around him, asked himself what he could do to help; that question set him off on travels around the world, including to Palestine, Kosovo, South Africa, India, Northern Ireland, Brazil, and other places. In each location he met with people with first hand experience of conflict and worked wi
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Subject Art and social conflict.
Art and war.
Art therapy.
Arts -- Political aspects.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1783205016
9781783205011