The 11th annual Thewlis Lecture is “The Fine Art of Aging: Connecting Creativity and Neuroscience.” Scientist, inventor, and amateur musician Nina Kraus, Ph.D. will provide new windows for understanding of how neuroscience, aging and the arts can intersect. Dr. Kraus will discuss new frontiers of research and the future of practice in this new interdisciplinary field which highlights the importance of an integrated approach to neurological disorders. Join us to learn how growing older may create new opportunities for expressing and experiencing creativity.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Reception 6-7 p.m., presentation: 7-8 p.m.
Edwards Auditorium, 64 Upper College Road
RSVP is requested. Click here to register.