Arts & Wellness with NeuroArts Blueprint: Creating Intentional Spaces, ft. Sing for Hope
How do the many spaces we inhabit change us and impact our health? The "Arts & Wellness with NeuroArts Blueprint" series continues with a discussion on the art and neuroscience of design – plus a special "Tuning the Audience" singing activation with Sing for Hope! Join co-hosts Renée Fleming and Susan Magsamen to explore how neuroscientists, architects, and artists use intentional design and neuroaesthetics to bring communities together through creative expression.
Panelists will include Sing for Hope co-founders Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus, author and architecture critic Sarah Williams Goldhagen, PhD, neurologist Anjan Chatterjee, MD, and Rick Luftglass, Executive Director of the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.
The Kennedy Center joins the NeuroArts Blueprint, an initiative of the Aspen Institute and Johns Hopkins Medicine, to present a series of in-depth discussions about the potential of the arts to improve our health and well-being. The panel series, as part of the Kennedy Center’s Arts and Wellness programming, is co-hosted by Renée Fleming, Artistic Advisor to the Kennedy Center and World Health Organization Goodwill Ambassador for Arts and Health, and Susan Magsamen, director of the International Arts + Mind Lab at Johns Hopkins University and co-director of the NeuroArts Blueprint.
Renée Fleming and Susan Magsamen will be joined by Camille Zamoraand Monica Yunus, Co-Founders and Co-Executive Directors of Sing for Hope; Sarah Williams Goldhagen, PhD, author and architecture critic; Anjan Chatterjee, MD, Professor of Neurology, Psychology, and Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania; and Rick Luftglass, Executive Director of the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.