83 TASKS Listening to lectures, participation in debates and surveys. GOAL OF TASKS To learn how art, natural science and medicine are connected, intertwined. Give teachers insight into biological responses to art. Give teachers insight into practical applications of art (art as mood-elevator, its soothing aspects) TEACHING METHODS: (creative-problem solving, resource-based learning, inquiry-based learning, setting small groups, teamwork, experiential learning) Exchange of knowledge, views and experiences through lectures and discussions. CONSOLIDATION STAGE APPROACH/METHOD (discussion, argumentative debate, role-playing …) Lecture, discussion. EXPECTED RESULTS Understanding the practical applications of scientific methods. Recognizing that chemical processes can overwhelm us and that we cannot always have influence on our art experience. Practical examples of how art can be used in connection with neuroscience. ASSESSMENT Museum educator and neuro-specialists talk about the events, audience response. EVALUATION Lectures are very well accepted and always trigger a lively debate and exchange of opinions.