"The Permeable Classroom or the Tilted Arc Revisited" reviews the author's various roles as artist, community activist, art educator and art therapist, in the design and implementation of a large, sequential community-based ''Tree Memorial" project. Using the Tree Memorial Project as a compelling example of the "permeable classroom," the paper delivers an overview of the project that takes place in and around the public school setting, featuring collaboration between teachers, students, parents, administrators, community residents, and city officials.


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