Art by Sketchbook Skool teacher Felix Scheinberger

Here at Sketchbook Skool, we know drawing is good for you–it’s fun, it’s relaxing, and being creative just feels great all around. Now, studies are proving that drawing is good for your brain.

This article from the Huffington Post reports that drawing and sketching have positive effects on interaction between various parts of the brain. This cognitive research study concluded that “making art could delay or even negate age-related decline of certain brain functions.”

For anyone interested in brain health, and in boosting their creativity, now you have an even better reason to draw. Want to learn how to make art? Check out our current klasses here.

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