‘ART IS A GATEWAY TO THE OUTER WORLD'
The Morning Standard|April 15, 2021
Vanashree Ghate looks into how visual art can aid mindfulness

THE latest series on ‘The Art of Mindfulness’ at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) hosted by Vanashree Ghate, promises to transform your mind. In a conversation with The Morning Standard, the art-based therapy practitioner and educator says, “Mindfulness can help us to be better adjusted in times of stress such as the current climate that humanity as a whole is facing. Arts is the language of the soul...it’s wonderful that so many people are beginning to see its benefits. This is a sign of positivity, with so many people enrolling for these experiential workshops.” More from the interview:

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