Creative for Health
Creative For Health: Arts and Writing Workshops for People Affected by Cancer
Nothing feels better than to fully immerse yourself in an art project. The world around you falls away. Time passes pleasantly without notice.
Research also suggests that creativity is good for our health. Regular practice has been shown to reduce the harmful effects of stress, improve immune system function, and help us cope with anxiety and depression.
Creative for Health provides weekly arts and writing workshops for people affected by cancer, including patients, survivors and caregivers. Throughout the summer we will gather every other week for an open studio. Participants are invited to bring their own art projects or use art and writing materials provided by Arts in Medicine. Workshops are FREE and open to the public.
Calendar of Events
Classes are held in the Criser Cancer Resource Center, 1515 SW Archer Rd., Room 1302, on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:30.