Event type: Panel
Date: Wednesday 1 August 2018
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Venue: Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium (D17), John Hopkins Drive (off Missenden Rd, next to the Ovals, Ross St Entrance)
Cost: Free and open to all with online registrations required
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Please note: while there is some parking available within the University next to the building, at New Law Building carpark, behind RPA, at Broadway and some street parking, spaces are limited so we suggest using public transport whenever possible.
We can make art – in all its forms – because of the way the brain works, but what does art do to our brains and mental wellbeing? This panel brings together medical researchers focusing around both ends of the demographic spectrum - youth mental health and dementia and art practitioners to consider these question and more.
More speakers to be confirmed.
This event is a part of the 2018 Innovation Week. The University of Sydney's Innovation Week celebrates the ground breaking discoveries and transformative inventions from our academics and students.
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