The Childrens Museum of Houston is collaborating with Dr. Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal and his team of University of Houston graduate students to collect data on brain activity associated with the creative process of producing and contemplating visual artwork.
You're invited to witness this ground-breaking research as kids create art while wearing non-invasive brain-sensing technology! During the workshop, three participants, outfitted with brain sensing caps or headbands, will create original artwork as a team.
COST: Included with $12 general admission.
WHEN: Tuesday 26th of June, 2018
WHERE: Children's Museum of Houston
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