The Day Our World Changed

The Day Our World Changed

Children's Art of 9/11

Book - 2002
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A collaboration by the New York University Child Study Center and the Museum of the City of New York presents seventy-five works by children ages five to eighteen, complemented by essays by prominent artists, writers, historians, and leaders.

Blackwell North Amer
This juried exhibition contains eighty-three pieces of artwork - selected from a pool of hundreds - created by young people ranging from five to eighteen years of age. The artwork, at once troubling and touching, reflects the children's memories of the September tragedy and the fear, sadness, anger, and hope they felt. Accompanying the artwork in this book are essays by mental health experts, historians, artists, teachers, journalists, religious and political leaders, and others from across the New York metropolitan area. They discuss such varying topics as children's roles as witnesses to history, children's use of art as a means to express pain, the power of the artwork, and children's extraordinary ability to put their hearts and souls down on paper.

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& Taylor

A collaboration by the New York University Child Study Center and the Museum of the City of New York presents works by children five to eighteen from New York and its suburbs, along with essays by artists, writers, historians, and leaders.

Publisher: New York ; London : Harry N. Abrams, 2002
ISBN: 9780810935440
0810935449
Branch Call Number: 974.7104 GOODM
Characteristics: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Henderson, Andrea

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