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The neuropsychology underlying art practice is deep and reaches back to the original mother-infant engagement.

Arts scholar Ellen Dissanayake writes, “As their duet synchronizes a mother-infant pair, so does ceremonial participation instill general coordination, cooperation, and feelings of affiliation among members of a group, further enhancing the well-being of individuals.”


I use multi-media art practice to teach about relationship and collaboration.

Listening Between the Lines

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