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Graduate Student Spotlight: Emily Pozek

UF Center for Arts in Medicine graduate student, Emily Pozek, was one of the first students in the United States to earn a graduate degree in Arts in Medicine.


352Creates is a single day of participatory, pop-up style art-making and creativity on February 26th, 2016 in the 352 area code, with the purpose of communicating that creativity is fun.

Collaborations Art Exhibit

Alone we can do so little; Together we can do so much” – Helen Keller The wise words of Helen Keller, who knew first-hand what it meant to overcome adversity, have great meaning as we peer through the lens of healthcare. Alone, children or teenagers coping…

Arts & Health Month

This November, please join us and others in celebrating the positive impact the arts have on the healthcare experience. Help raise awareness about how the arts improve patient outcomes; create safer, more supportive healthcare environments; offer caregivers an opportunity for creativity and self-expression; and benefit communities by engaging people in…

A Veteran’s Perspective

The Criser Cancer Resource Center Gallery is featuring original works of art created by the Mental Health Intensive Case Management Veterans Community.

TEDxUF talk about Arts in Medicine

Center for Arts in Medicine Director Jill Sonke delivers first TEDxUF talk about Arts in Medicine.  Throughout Jill’s career she has sought to explore the relationships between creativity, meaning, and health through programs that bring the arts to healthcare settings. This talk was given at a TEDx event using…

Rising Nashville artist Austin Moody visits UF Health

Rising Nashville country artist Austin Moody made a special stop on his tour to sing for patients at the bedside with AIM Musician in Residence, Ricky Kendall. Austin was passing through Gainesville as a featured artist at Gator Nights at the University of Florida.  To learn more about Austin, visit:…