Published in May, 2012 by the Creative Coast
Beth Mount, a Georgia native who now calls New York City home, sees art as the one true global language, transcending the ordinary and allowing us to imagine greater possibilities. She will share visual examples of personal and collective transformation through the power of art.
Exploring Possibilities with Social Presencing Theater
Published in August, 2012 by Aaron Lemle
Arawana Hayashi and Beth Mount brought Social Presencing Theater (SPT) to Job Path, an innovative New York City social justice agency, which fosters "lives of distinction" for people with developmental disabilities, their families, and support workers. Beth felt that the Social Presencing Theater arts-based method could include the voices of people with disabilities at Job Path in a way that would deepen the collective sense of current reality for the people who work in this field. This would create a reflective and creative space for fresh ideas and meaningful conversations to emerge, and this would result in powerful changes for individual people, for their organizations and for the system in which they are working.
Published in October, 2012, by David Hasbury and Patti Scott
The Art of Social Change has been a journey through relationships, discovering gifts, and the awe filled beauty they display. Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy has fostered connections that allow us to see beauty in the everyday radical path to social change.
Beth Mount explains how Person-Centered work differs from System-Centered
Published in January, 2013, by Ben Drew
In this film Beth Mount explains how Person-Centered work differs from System-Centered. Learn more information on Open Future Learning here
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