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Everyday Curiosity: Practices That Improve Creativity (In person)

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Speakers
Cassini Nazir

Everyday Curiosity: Practices That Improve Creativity

About the Talk

Why is curiosity so important to brain health, especially to the aging brain? This desire propels deeper engagement, superior performance and more meaningful goals. Discover a framework for inviting moments of curiosity into your life, and into the lives of others through a discussion focused on the strange, fascinating and fragile phenomenon of being curious.
Cassini Nazir is a designer of conversations, curricula and interfaces, and assistant professor in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas, where he teaches classes in interaction design.

WHAT YOU GET

  • Enjoy ample, free parking
  • Attend reception with light bites and beverages
  • Participate in a live audience Q&A
  • Engage with a like-minded brain-healthy community
  • Receive event recording (only available to registrants)

ABOUT THE SERIES

BrainHealth Presents top brain scientists, authors, inventors and futurists for conversations about the latest advances in science, technology and real-world applications applicable to better brain health.
All talks in 2024 will be in person and live-streamed. Join us at Center for BrainHealth in Dallas, Texas, in an intimate setting.

IN-PERSON TALKS ARE FREE OF CHARGE.

Event Details

Directions

outside view of BPI
We are located at 2200 West Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75235.
The entrance to the surface parking lot is on Forest Park Road. The talks will be held in the Brain Performance Institute building, the second building when you enter through the gate.

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