The Arts in Medicine programs at UF will be hosting the 2017 Convening Culture Conference on February 22 & 23. This year's conference focuses on the theme Exploring Innovation and Entrepreneurship through Arts and Culture.
EnCARE is a self-care educational program designed to support health care professionals.
On Saturday, February 4, 2017, between 11am-4pm, PDQ (3403 W. University Ave, Gainesville, FL 32607) will be donating 10% of their lunch sales to UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine. Funalicious, illustrated by pediatric patients at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital with the assistance of the Arts in Medicine program…
Please join the Arts in Medicine programs at UF in celebrating photographs taken by second year medical student Tisha Van Pelt during the filming of brief educational videos on HIV/AIDS. The images capture the filming process and moments when the actors are at rest.
The Harn Museum of Art Store is hosting a unique gift sale on Monday, December 12th from 6AM-5PM in the UF Health Shands Atrium. Payroll deduction will be available for UF Health employees, and 10% of the proceeds support Arts in Medicine programming. For more information please contact the AIM…
Join us on December 13th from 4:30-5:30 pm in the main atrium of UF Health Shands Hospital for a Holiday Concert featuring the UF Health Music Ensemble.
Please join us on Thursday, November 17 from 4:00-6:00 PM in the Criser Cancer Resource Center for the Funalicious book signing.
Please join UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine in celebrating original works of art by Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program. The work will be on display October 3-31, 2016.
Here and Now: Though a Veteran’s Lens was a photography initiative for local Veterans. A total of 14 Veterans explored how photography can be used as a medium to look at and interpret one’s experience.
At UF Health, creativity and art are part of our culture of care. When we open the new hospitals, we want our “Art on the Walls” program to feature photographs taken by UF Health employees – one photograph in each patient room – to highlight our hidden talents, as well as positively impact the patient environment.