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The Science of the Arts Program

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The Science of the Arts

The Science of the Arts brought together researchers and artists in a series of informal conversations about aesthetics and beauty in music, architecture, art and dance.  The BSi created an opportunity to discuss current research, ideas and perspectives in hopes of helping to shape and inform this work in the coming years.  Among the issues discussed included scope of research already being conducted, new research questions, artists perspective, and relevance and application of this work in health, architecture, education and design.  The program was held on October 20-21, 2010.

The Science of the Arts collaborative sessions - Watch Now!

Full Color Program

Event Agenda

Check out the Science of the Arts press:

Charles Limb:  Your brain on improv - TED Talks

"William Stoehr's art tickles the brain. Want to know why?" - Boulder Daily Camera

"This is your brain on art" - The JHU Gazette

"The Neuroscience of Aesthetics" - The Dana Foundation

"The brain may be hard-wired to love curves" - The Baltimore Sun

Podcast: WYPR - Maryland Morning 10-19-10: Tom Hall discusses the Science of the Arts with Jack Griffin, Susan Magsamen, and Gary Vikan

Podcast:  WEAA - The Marc Steiner Show 10-7-10: Ed Connor, David Foster, David Hess, Barbara Landau, and Susan Magsamen discuss the Science of the Arts with Marc Steiner

 
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