Shaping the Field of Neuroaesthetics
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Convening the Curious
IAM Lab brings together brain scientists and practitioners in architecture, music and art to spark collaboration and research.
Outreach and Education
We’re sharing our findings with industry influencers who can apply neuroaesthetics research in their fields to enhance the way we live.
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Occupying Space is the Protest
By IAM Lab Contributor Hannah L. Drake Editor's Note: Hannah L. Drake is a writer, spoken word artist-activist and cultural strategist at Ideas xLab in Louisville, Kentucky. Her work focuses on the intersection of arts, culture and health with an emphasis on the impact of race and injustice in underserved communities. In 2017, the National...more
Building More Equitable Communities with Creative Placemaking
For better or worse, the spaces we inhabit shape the contours of our lives. But for many racial minorities, these spaces literally embody the systemic inequity and racism they face. People of color have higher rates of chronic medical conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and kidney disease. Individuals from underserved communities are also more likely...more
Introducing the NeuroArts Blueprint
We are excited to announce the launch of the NeuroArts Blueprint, a global field-building initiative from the Aspen Institute’s Health, Medicine and Society Program and the International Arts + Mind Lab. [embed]https://youtu.be/iSDIFhKHnFA[/embed] The NeuroArts Blueprint will articulate and advance the scientific foundation and evidence for the role of arts in health and wellbeing through the...more
Who We Are
The International Arts + Mind Lab is part of the Brain Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. IAM Lab brings together brain scientists and practitioners in architecture, music and art in a global effort to amplify human potential.
What is Neuroaesthetics?
Neuroaesthetics is an emerging field of study that explores the impact of the arts, architecture and music on the human brain and behavior.