Resources and links

 

Publications

"Looking for the blue, the yellow, all the colours of the rainbow”: The value of participatory arts for young people in social work practice. Co-written by Amber Walls, Kelsey, Deane, Peter O'Connor, 2017. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Journal 28(4), 00–00.  

 

Article presenting an argument for the arts in mental health and social work practice in Aotearoa. Based on Amber’s PhD https://anzswjournal.nz/anzsw/article/view/206

Creativity, connection and wellbeing: postcards from the land of the long white cloud. Co-written by Amber Walls and Asha Munn, 2017. Published in engage International Journal: special issue Visual Arts, Health and Wellbeing.

Article By Amber and Asha reflecting on arts, health and youth in Aotearoa https://www.engage.org/engage39

 

 

Humans of Hendo Volume 2, 2017. ISBN: 978-0-473-39860-6. PDF

The Bloom Room: sharing the learning from an inspirational project in an alternative education centre, a report and ideas bank, 2011, OPUN, ISBN 978-0-9566821-1-6.  Co-written by Amber Walls and John Mitchell. Copy available on request.

 

Art Works. Using the arts to support emotional health and wellbeing in schools, 2012, City Arts. Co-written by Kate Duncan and Amber Walls. Copy available on request.

 

envision: a handbook, 2008, engage, ISBN 978-0-9559088-2-8.  Co-written/ Ed. Amber Walls and Jo Wheeler. Practitioner’s toolkit sharing the learning from the envision national action-research youth leadership and sector development programme.

https://www.engage.org/seebook.aspx?id=1886

 
 
 

Publications

"Looking for the blue, the yellow, all the colours of the rainbow”: The value of participatory arts for young people in social work practice. Co-written by Amber Walls, Kelsey, Deane, Peter O'Connor, 2017. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Journal 28(4), 00–00.  

 

Article presenting an argument for the arts in mental health and social work practice in Aotearoa. Based on Amber’s PhD https://anzswjournal.nz/anzsw/article/view/206

Creativity, connection and wellbeing: postcards from the land of the long white cloud. Co-written by Amber Walls and Asha Munn, 2017. Published in engage International Journal: special issue Visual Arts, Health and Wellbeing.

Article By Amber and Asha reflecting on arts, health and youth in Aotearoa https://www.engage.org/engage39

 

 

Humans of Hendo Volume 2, 2017. ISBN: 978-0-473-39860-6. PDF

The Bloom Room: sharing the learning from an inspirational project in an alternative education centre, a report and ideas bank, 2011, OPUN, ISBN 978-0-9566821-1-6.  Co-written by Amber Walls and John Mitchell. Copy available on request.

 

Art Works. Using the arts to support emotional health and wellbeing in schools, 2012, City Arts. Co-written by Kate Duncan and Amber Walls. Copy available on request.

 

envision: a handbook, 2008, engage, ISBN 978-0-9559088-2-8.  Co-written/ Ed. Amber Walls and Jo Wheeler. Practitioner’s toolkit sharing the learning from the envision national action-research youth leadership and sector development programme.

https://www.engage.org/seebook.aspx?id=1886

Resources

Creative and INCredible Community Arts Evaluation 101 Toolkit.  Almost finished! Check back here to get a free PDF.

 
 

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