COVID19 Social Study was conducted by the University of London and found that 30 minutes of participation in an arts activity...www.bloomberg.org
"States, Schools, Communities, Organizations and other Agencies can implement arts education focused programs...www.ecs.org
Public Art not only can aesthetically transform a neighborhood but can also....www.therepublic.com
How the arts can improve mental health, especially during the pandemic
In more normal times, it may be intuitive that participating in the arts can make you happier...www.bloomberg.org
The art of medical observation
It is a Monday afternoon in a Trinity College seminar room and 12 first-year college medical students are being shown an image...www.irishtimes.com
Why Science Needs Art
Art is a powerful tool for telling a scientific story. with many scientific fields dealing with the strangest of the animal kingdom-like creatures with a handful of eyes and bodies so different from our own-art can help us experience these hard-to-imagine parts of the natural world and shed light on new scientific discoveries. www.smithsonianmag.com
There is unprecedented enthusiasm among young art collectors today for discovering local artists. www.artworkarvhive.com
Namta recently received some photos from one of our 2019 Grant Recipients and wanted to share them with all of our members to remind all of you, at this difficult time, the importance to continue to keep the arts alive and thriving. As Peter Kelly who works in Foundation Relations at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls comments – “it’s so awesome to see moments like these when our kids are having fun and expressing themselves.” Thank you Namta members for helping to make this possible.
Faber-Castell USA, known for its high -quality professional art supplies and materials, has announced a new collaborative effort with ...