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Funalicious Book Signing

Please join us on Thursday, November 17 from 4:00-6:00 PM in the Criser Cancer Resource Center for the Funalicious book signing.

Art Showcase: Studio E

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

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.

Call to UF Health employee artists: take your ‘shot’

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.

Art Showcase: UpThinkArt

Please join UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine in celebrating inspiring works of art by UF Health patient Phyllis Hilenski. This collection is inspired by her oncology treatments, and desire to create an art studio for fellow cancer patients.

Collaborations: Expanding a patient’s world

When a partnership developed between the Harn and Arts in Medicine utilizing the museum’s meditative rock garden in the new Asian wing, Amy and Madeline recognized that the project seemed perfect for Lindsey, and would allow her to experience the unique outside world of the Asian Rock Garden from inside her hospital room.

UF Health Music Ensemble

Do you play a musical instrument? UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine is seeking interested musicians to pilot a staff ensemble.

Art Showcase: Footwork

In recognition of ALS Awareness Month, please join us in celebrating original works of art by Sandra Murphy-Pak, an artist and colleague, living with ALS. Footwork is a compilation of her recent work and an exploration in how an artist can continue to work without use of her hands.

AIM Together: BODYTRAFFIC

This special UF Health performance is part of the AIM Together program, a partnership with the University of Florida Performing Arts.