The capacity of art to influence human experience, as a way to communicate ideas, moods and desires, is universally acknowledged. What is less known is the impact that art and artistic expression can have on the wellbeing of those consuming said art. As such, museums could almost be considered as providers of wellbeing to visitors. […]
Our goal is to analyze the relationship between individuals and culture. We are also interested in the relationships between the cultural and creative activities and the social, economic and political dynamics of communities and territories. Our approach is mainly economic, but we can be easily persuaded to consider other perspectives that may complement and enrich our work.