Please join UF Health Shands AIM in celebrating original works by Iris Coe-Gross. Iris is a former Bone Marrow Transplant nurse who began artmaking after her stage IV metastatic breast cancer diagnosis. She created this exquisite collection of survivor portraits while undergoing treatment.
UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine is pleased to host two performances featuring participants in the 2018 UF International Piano Festival.
Please join us in celebrating original works by 3rd Act: Life after Life, a writing and creative arts workshop held at the Alachua County Senior Recreation Center.
Former UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine Artist in Residence, Sandra Murphy-Pak, shares her story as an artist living with ALS.
Despite a traumatic event that left her disabled, Deborah finds beauty, inspiration and whimsy in the world around. Her collection of paintings, photography and digital works will be on display in the Criser Cancer Resource Center May 1st through 31st.
Join us on Tuesday, May 1 at 4pm at Oak Hammock to enjoy pieces ranging from the 1960s-now.
‘Create in Place,’ 352Creates encourages individuals and organizations to do something creative wherever they naturally are – at work, home, school, or wherever!
Create in Community – Filling Depot Park and the Surrounding Streets with Participatory Creative Activities On Sunday, February 25th, between 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., 352Creates brought the community together through art-making, creativity, and fun at Depot Park. Last year, 352Creates filled Depot Park with more than 40 creative activities…
To mark the beginning of Legacies of Leonardo: Celebrating 500 Years of Inquiry at the University of Florida, the One Health Center of Excellence, in collaboration with the Arts in Medicine Programs at UF and the University Galleries, present a “microscopic” art exhibition.
Please join UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine in celebrating original works by Anupama Priyadarshini. This beautiful collection of paintings is inspired by nature and demonstrates the intricacies of Indian folk art. Treasures will be on display December 6 – 29, 2017 in the Criser Cancer Resource Center. We will…