Food for Thought
Chuck Jones Center for Creativity
Tuesdays at the Center: 6-7:30 PM
August 7, 14, 21, 28
Being creative helps reshape, adapt, and restructure the brain, providing exceptional cognitive exercise and a strong defense against Alzheimer's Disease. When we combine creativity with using our hands while visually engaged, we use multiple areas of our brain all at once. Brain research shows that making art improves cognitive functions by producing new neural pathways, enhanced by using more efficient brain networks and strategies.
Our talented teaching artists will guide you through fun techniques and projects, including: Paper Bending, Painting Reflection, the Art of Doodle, Acme Inventor!
~Program Pre-registration (4 classes) $80
~Drop-in as space allows $25Click for more information
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