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A New Study Shows the Incredible Impact Looking at Art Can Have on Our Bodies
A groundbreaking study has shed light on the profound impact that visual art has on our emotions and well-being. Over 1,000 participants engaged with a diverse range of artworks, revealing that while art often addresses sad or challenging themes, it predominantly triggers positive emotions. The study's findings, which highlight the connection between art, emotions, and bodily sensations, not only enhance our understanding of human responses to art but also offer potential insights for harnessing art's therapeutic benefits in mental health treatments.
This Ballet School is Breaking Racial Barriers and Inspiring Young Girls
Ruth Essel, the founder of Pointe Black Ballet School in London, has created a safe and empowering space for Black dancers, inspired by her own experiences of discrimination within the ballet world. Pointe Black aims to provide an inclusive environment where students can feel accepted and celebrated for who they are. By incorporating African steps and music styles in their shows and embracing diversity, Essel is working to make ballet more accessible and welcoming for dancers of all backgrounds, fostering a sense of community and empowerment.
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