Art, Perception, and the Brain Lecture: Art and Architecture: Workings of the Mind from the Renaissance to Modern Times
Santa Ana, CA 97206
PART III OF SERIES
Norma Kershaw Auditorium
Presenters: William Shankle, MD; Junko Hara, PhD; Pierluigi Bonvicini, AIA
Visit this stimulating lecture for a continued conversation about how creativity relates to the brain and body for artists and designers in all mediums. Join architect Pierluigi Bonvicini after the lecture for a hands-on sketching workshop which will put theories into practice! More information to come.
Pierluigi Bonvicini was born in Italy and studied architecture in Florence. He is passionate about art, architecture, design, and craftsmanship. He has taught at the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California and at Cal Poly Pomona.
The Bowers Museum proudly announces its continuation of our education series with Hoag Neurosciences Institute’s Orange County Vital Aging Program (OCVAP) to bring exciting learning opportunities about our brain and the effect of art and other creative activities on cognitive health. OCVAP promotes education and life-long learning, risk factor management, and early intervention to help our community maintain their cognitive health. Programs will be led by Dr. William R. Shankle, the Judy and Richard Voltmer chair in Memory and Cognitive Disorders, program director of Memory and Cognitive Disorders, Hoag Neurosciences Institute and Director of the OCVAP. Dr. Shankle is a board certified neurologist specializing in Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders (ADRD).
Sponsored by the James Irvine Foundation.
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