Self-care is a huge topic of conversation these days. Keeping a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, exercising…and making art?
New research shows that movement may be the secret to creativity. According to Psychotherapist Dr. Bryan Robinson, regular exercise changes the molecular building blocks in our bodies and slows aging brain cells. “One year of exercise gives a seventy-year-old writer the brain connectivity of a thirty-year-old scribe,” he writes. He goes on to list additional […]
Ocean Siren watches over the waters of the Great Barrier Reef. The sculpture monitors the temperature of the surrounding waters in a colorful fashion.
Creativity is good for your brain. Take 5 minutes and give this exercise a whirl. Your brain will thank you!
A viral tweet led to this Mom’s new budding business.
It’s not all doom and gloom. Take a look at images of artwork around the world adorning boarded up businesses.
An inspiring and moving video submission from our community.
Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy has created thousands of works of art in nature. Some of which no one has ever seen.
Sometimes you’re in the perfect place at the perfect time. Just ask this award winning wildlife photographer.
The evidence is clear, being involved with art, directly or indirectly, makes you happier. So, how can we increase accessibility and make the world a better, more beautiful place?