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Why Do We Need Art During Tough Economic Times?

Because art is good for our health.

In the paper "A Multi-Method Approach in Data Mining for Artificial Intelligence - Enabled Communication Channels" (2020) of Dr. Chiqui Rodriguez, founder of CRI and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, she highlighted that for decades, the occurrence of the positive impact of art and personal well-being has progressed brought by stress reduction and mental health benefits - both for making art & viewing artworks. For many years, arts has always been coined as a miscellaneous activity, in the present time - art has established a solid ground to impact the health sector. In another study by Bloomberg Philanthropies (2020) suggests that people who have spent 30 minutes or more each day during the pandemic on art activities like reading for pleasure, listening to music, or engaging in a creative hobby have lower reported rates of

depression and anxiety and greater life satisfaction. From a customer standpoint, the Welsh NHS Confederation (n.d.) highlights that exposure to art opportunities and engagement in arts and culture can strengthen personal well-being, creating an environment of inclusivity and heightened community interaction.

This Holiday Season, CRI invites everyone to buy and enjoy art - whether it's a painting or limited edition print - the smart and easy way! Now you can pay 12 payments, 12 months, no interest for an original painting, while we offer 50% off on limited edition prints!

You can keep your home/office colorful, pleasant, and bright - virtual meetings or not, you feel good!

Everyone wins and we all help in creating a more sustainable creative economy. To learn more, start shopping, and make arrangements - visit us at


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