This short film shares the artwork of four diverse Norwegian artists about the human spirit and condition. It includes photographs of artwork from the Norwegian Resistance Museum. Close footage of the Brekkefossen Waterfalls offer viewers a place for contemplation and inspiration. During the fall of 2014, the film was shown at Railroad Square Cinema in Waterville, Maine, followed by a discussion on the Healing Power of Art with Reverend Cindy Lepley.
Films / Videos
A comprehensive, evidence-based research film: "The Transformative Power of Inclusion Via the Expressive Arts" based on The Theatre of the Expressive Arts Model for Bully Prevention and the three major themes: the destructive power of rejection, the constructive power of inclusion, and the transformative power of the arts.
Joy and Empowerment: Transforming the Bullying Cycle Through the Expressive Arts is a film showing how the expressive arts can be effectively used to transform the bullying dynamic with people who are physically and mentally challenged.
Watch the Bully Prevention Slideshow.