MIND ART EXPERIENTIAL LAB INAUGURAL CURATION: ARTS, MINDFULNESS & THE AGEING BRAIN
Ageing is inevitable but have you ever wondered if we have control over how we age? If this question interests you, we may have answers for you!
Find out what are the lifestyle changes we can engage in as interventions to mitigate the effects of ageing. To add a dose of wonder: What if you could prevent cognitive decline and improve your brain health through art and mindfulness?
Get ready to explore the link between art, mindfulness and the ageing brain at the Mind Art Experiential Lab (MAELab)’s very first curation!
Duration of Exhibition: Till November 2021
Admission is by booking only. Check out the available slots HERE
Note: Due to the recent spike in community cases, for the safety and well-being of our guests, all physical visits to MAELab has been postponed to June 2021 onwards. This is subjected to the change based on the latest official directive for Covid-19 updates and restrictions.
Having physical difficulties to visit the exhibition in time? View HERE for the virtual tour!
A Short Teaser to get you excited!
Make a guess on what inspired this artwork! Find your answer at our curation.
While you are at the exhibition, be sure to look out for the featured diary artwork ‘Stop Chewing’ by Sia Joo Hiang, where she documented her father’s journey living with dementia.
We’ve dedicated some of the walls to showcase some of Mind Science Centre’s key research on Art, Choral singing and Tea Drinking over the years. The education component of this curation seeks to create awareness on the potential interventions we can engage in to mitigate the effects of ageing and prevent the onset of dementia. So, do keep a look out for them as well!
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Mind Art Experiential Lab (MAELab)
MAELab is an innovative space for discovery of creative and integrative interventions through art, mindfulness and transdisciplinary research to promote mental wellness and enhance quality of mind.
Through this space, we seek to raise awareness on mental health, evoke embodied reflective moments and provide an experiential journey that allows internalisation of learning with personal relevance.