Dr. Siegel’s Wisdom shares ten quotes on this author’s philosophy of mind-body medical practice as well as the impact of the arts on health.
Wash Away Negativity with four simple actions involving imagining, hydrating, soaking and listening to a specific hertz frequency.
Temporary: Art and Life features Zimbabwean artist Peggy Masuku & Tibetan monk sand mandalas. Matheson’s “What Dreams May Come” gives insight.
Art: Reality, Grief and Truth was inspired by Noble and Webster’s artwork, The Masterpiece. It has much to teach of reality, grief and truth.
Using artistic license to communicate is not only more fun, but can also lead to in depth understanding of a concept. I recently came across a fascinating practice. One of my poet friends, Kemlyn, invited others to join her Haiku Me Haiku You activity. Haiku is a type of Japanese poetry. A practice in succinctContinue reading “ARTISTIC LICENSE”
Do habits close your life to new solutions and possibilities? Are you open to creativity? How can thinking like a dog help?
Salvador Dali Perspectives…This art teacher’s analysis of five of his works offers insight on pandemic feelings, behaviors and concepts of truth.
Inspiration in creating music varies greatly between composers. See what influenced Rimsky-Korsakov, Devorak, Vivaldi, Ran and Handel.
School of Arts and Humanities Dean, Dr. Kevin Shorner-Johnson of Pennsylvania’s Elizabethtown College, shares the impact of world arts and cultures as well as peacebuilding on creating positive changes in society.
Brain research shows creative arts have power to change our brains and enable creative problem solving whether practicing or observing the art.