Watch Julian, our Science of Happiness host, do this weeks experiment on Art Therapy himself! If you missed the full episode, watch it here! http://youtu.be/BN2rTaFUlxs

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Created by: Mike Bernstein and Matt Pittman
Directed by: Mike Bernstein
Producer: Matt Pittman
Hosted by: Julian Huguet
Art Therapist: Pamela Hayes

Cinematographer: Yuki Noguchi
Production Designer: Flower Cole

Editor: Zach Anderson
Assistant Editor: Hector Padilla
1st AD: Basel Owies
Production Coordinator: William Cubbon
PA: Alex Montgomery

Participants: Mike Carrier, Melissa O’Brien, Elizabeth Schenk, Ralph Riddle, Faryl Reingold, Cruz Flores, Jeanette May Steiner, Matthew Bridges, Sabrina Texidor

1st AC | B Cam Op: Connor O’Brien
2nd AC | DIT: Loie Russell-Templeton
Gaffer: Ben Cumming
Art Director: Libby Wampler
Makeup: Taylor Tompkins
On Set Sound Mixer: Ben Adams
Post Sound Designer & Mixer: Mike Robertson
VFX & Title Sequence: Cameron Clark
Colorist: Trevor Durtschi

Big thanks to our Art Therapist Pamela Hayes!! She brings so much joy into the world through creativity. Check out more information about them here: http://www.hayesarttherapy.com/

Music:
Lullatone – “An Older Couple Holding Hands”
Lullatone – “An Older couple holding hands”
Premium Beats – “Full Creative Process”
Lullatone – “When Late at Night Becomes Early in the Morning”
Lullatone – “A Windy Wednesday”
Lullatone – “Checking Things Off Of a To-Do List Early in the Morning”

Music (Julian’s Art Therapy Session)

Lullatone – “Dance Dance”
Lullatone – “Little Things Swimming Under a Microscope”
Lullatone – “Growing Up”

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33 COMMENTS

  1. Okay, here's what breaks my heart – when grown people, like Julian, say "I couldn't even do that right". What the heck – it's ART!  As an artist and instructor, I wish students weren't graded on their output, but, rather their INPUT.  Art class should at least 1 place in a student's day where they can let go, think with a diff. part of his/her brain and we can engage in deeper conversation with students, aiming at a place of equilibrium.  Once the creativity has been bludgeoned out of a person, it's really hard to put it back.  We're all born with it.  Let's look at art in schools differently.

  2. Jennifer, I must agree! Julian, well done… I amctually doing a doctrate on how happiness can make your brain work better, and being an artist for going on 9 years now, I know that painting makes me happy, but it makes me just as happy to see others experiencing the ame joy in painting! Thank you for the portable hapiness!

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