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Community Conversations: Music & Well-Being with Tasha Golden, PhD

April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Music & Well-Being with Tasha Golden, PhD

Community Conversations is a speaker series seeking to engage others in dialogue about important issues in arts education.

Date and time

Starts on Thursday, April 25 · 6pm EDT


Allen Hall

34 Warren Ave. Boston, MA 02116

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About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes

Music and Well-being

With Tasha Golden, PhD

Tasha Golden, PhD is a captivating force at the crossroads of well-being, art, and transformational change. An international expert fusing art and scientific insight, Dr. Golden offers a combination of warmth, storytelling, and unique insights that audiences find truly compelling.

As Director of Research at the International Arts + Mind Lab at Johns Hopkins University and a renowned expert in arts and health, Dr. Golden studies the profound influence of the arts on human well-being. Holding a PhD in Public Health, she bridges science and art to create compelling and impactful narratives.

Formerly the singer-songwriter for critically acclaimed band Ellery, Dr. Golden’s music has graced stages across the globe and found homes in films and TV. But a bout of major depression drove Dr. Golden from her music career—a devastating blow that led her to start over: asking provocative questions that led to her PhD, and to studies of creativity, health, and how we build a better world.

Dr. Golden’s story of transformation resonates with audiences, and serves as a powerful touchpoint for talks on mental health, creativity, self-development, and social change.

This Community Conversation will be held in person and virtually over Zoom. Details will be sent to all Eventbrite RSVPs.

Community Conversations is a series of workshops with CMCB staff that seeks to engage others in dialogue about important issues in arts education. We want the voices of our students, parents and partners to be heard. Join us to learn and share your experiences.

Additional information about registration and other events can be found at www.cmcb.org. This event is free for all to attend; please consider making a donation to CMCB to support this work.