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Evidence shows that the arts have been part of human society from as early as the Paleolithic period, which stretches across more than two million years of human existence [1, 2]. Cave paintings are among the earliest discovered art forms, and archeological research notes that visual and performing arts were integrated into human culture tens of thousands of years ago . Anthropologists agree that artistic expressions such as painting, chanting, dancing, music-making, and storytelling have provided important societal, psychological, and health functions in human groups throughout time [4–6].
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