We are proud to announce that UF Health Artist in Residence Sarah Hinds has been awarded the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship Reciprocal Exchange Award sponsored by the US Department of State. Through this program, Sarah will travel to Nigeria in West Africa to collaborate with Mandela Washington Fellow Kunle Adewale, who runs a dynamic Arts…
Join UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine in celebrating the original works by Marshal Fisher. Marshal was an osteosarcoma patient at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital from 2014-2018, and utilized art in all its forms throughout adversity. This whimsical collection demonstrates his passion for art making, and honors his legacy to inspire creativity in others.…
Join us for the UF Guitar Ensemble concert in the UFHealth Shands Atrium on April 9th, 2019 from 1:15-2:15pm. This is a unique opportunity to hear a large group of guitarists playing together in one space, so grab a coffee or your lunch and join us for this free performance!
The Harn Museum of Art Store is hosting a unique gift sale on Monday, December 4 from 6AM-5PM in the UF Health Main Atrium. 10% of the proceeds support Arts in Medicine programming.
Dan spent time researching different raking patterns prior to designing the garden. He wanted to present a design that was his own, incorporating both patterns he had seen that he liked and unique patterns.
352Creates invites everyone in the 352 area code to join in two days of participatory art-making on March 24 & 25, 2017.
Research 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. With this in mind, we have created quarterly themes to help promote a creative practice among the UF Health community. We encourage…
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.
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.
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.