CNA Knowledge Bank

With the Knowledge Bank, we have made it possible for you to have easy access to knowledge about the value that arts have for children and society. We hope that you will find it to be useful and inspiring.

In the Knowledge Bank, you find short references of publications, articles and videos with links to central research and evidence about the effects the arts have on children’s development, learning and health. The Knowledge Bank is under constant development in cooperation with CNA’s partners, researchers and experts.

If you have good suggestions for the Knowledge Bank, you are very welcome to send a link and a short description to the secretariat so we can take a closer look at it. 

Kjeld Fredens interview – on arts and education

Kjeld Fredens is a Danish MD, brain scientist and author with an extensive background in research into education and the arts. In this interview Kjeld Fredens talks about the effect of the arts on the development and learning of children.

Can the Arts Get Under the Skin?

Arts and Cortisol for Economically Disadvantaged Children. Poverty influences physiological systems that respond to stress, as indexed by the hormone cortisol. The result is a

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