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Free art classes for Black identifying persons.

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“Visual self-expression helps with attention and improves health and well-being.”

Researchers have been exploring the ways that the experience of viewing and making art affect different parts of the brain. These studies have been made possible by making use of modern technology that identifies brain activity in different locations. Our study used functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to identify brain activity during varied self-expressions of visual art.

Source: Functional near-infrared spectroscopy assessment of reward perception based on visual self-expression: Coloring, doodling, and free drawing

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