Neuro art Inspired by the Mind
At the Jane and John Justin Institute for Mind Health, art on display provides a window into some of the most beautifully complex inner workings of the human brain. Called "neuro art," the pieces fuse neuroscience and artistic expression, allowing people to visualize the complexities of the human brain in stunning, unique ways. This incredible collection was donated by Dr. Scott Perry and Mrs. Becky Perry. Each work of art was carefully chosen because of its ability to unlock new insights into the magnificence of our most powerful organ—the brain.
Dr. Perry explains the significance of neuro art
The art of treating epilepsy
Introducing Spikelangelo, the robot that helps kids with epilepsy heal and recover through the creation of art. While Spike may be a robot, he's so much more than that. He's a pediatric art therapist who creates a whole new level of discovery, care and recovery benefits for our patients