Leading Through the Arts: A Report From a Global Symposium on Arts for Brain Health Written by Glenna Batson, Somatics teacher for the dance program at Peabody Institute. “Movement is the language of the brain.” – Moshe Feldenkrais What is embodiment? This question loomed in […] Read More How “Arts on Prescription” Could Change the Course of Healthcare: Q&A With IAM Lab’s Director of Research, Tasha Golden, PhD In this interview, Dr. Tasha Golden, Director of Research at the IAM Lab, discusses social prescribing, evaluating the nation’s first arts on prescription program “CultureRx”, and sharing what needs to […] Read More How Dance Can Relieve Stress and Help Us Reconnect With Community During COVID-19 As mental health issues increased in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, interest in art-making has also expanded — offering ways for us to creatively cope with the new […] Read More In Rhythm With Nature: A Digital Wellbeing Experiment in Collaboration With Google Arts & Culture IAM Lab is proud to partner with Google Arts & Culture and Google’s Wellbeing Lab in a digital wellbeing experiment called “In Rhythm With Nature”, inspired by the flower clock […] Read More Neuroarts: An Emerging Field With a Plan to Transform Health Artists across cultures and throughout history have long recognized what scientific research has only recently been able to confirm: The arts are essential to our ability to heal and thrive. […] Read More The Arts Are the Reset Button Students Need This School Year Around this time last year, many parents, teachers, and students ventured into the great unknown—a year of remote or hybrid learning. We fretted about learning losses from the disruptive lockdowns […] Read More Why Arts Education Matters in the Age of COVID-19 When class resumed the day after Labor Day for Jazz Dance Level I at Towson University’s Community Dance Center, no children filled the room, stretching in front of the floor-to-ceiling […] Read 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 […] Read More Arts for Health Equity and Social Justice: A New IAM Lab Series Art has always been a reflection of and response to the world around us. It’s also a way of envisioning what is possible and what is just. We have seen […] Read More Worried About Closed Schools and Learning Loss? The Arts Can Help Typically at this time of year, we start to hear and read news stories about the dreaded “summer brain drain” or “summer slide” for students. What exactly is sliding and […] Read More More → Join the neuroaesthetics conversation. Subscribe here.