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Dance for Life and Dance for MS 2020 National Water Dance Contribution

For the past two weeks, participants in the Dance for Life and Dance for MS classes have been learning the universal opening and closing sequences, as well as collaboratively creating their own section, for the 2020 National Water Dance. National Water Dance is first and foremost a Movement Choir—a collective…

AIM Classes and Workshops Have Gone Virtual!

The mission of Arts in Medicine has always been to connect with the hospital community and beyond around the arts in health. Our teams are proud to present new ways of connection to those who have limited access to in-person engagements through virtual live-streaming, prerecorded classes and workshops, and…

GROW HUB Spring Fair-canceled

We are sad to announce that this event was canceled. To stay up to date on GROW HUB future events, visit www.grow-hub.org AIM is excited to join GROW HUB and Working Food at the 2nd Annual Spring Fair, happening Saturday, March 14th from 11am-3pm! The event is free…

Professional Dancer Instructs Dance for Life Class

On February 5th, 2020, UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine and the UF Center for Arts in Medicine had the honor of welcoming Hyosun Choi of Invertigo Dance Theatre to their Dance for Life class. Tailoring the curriculum to the needs of the class comprised of individuals with movement disorders,…

Artwalk: Introductory Works from Grow Hub

UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine is thrilled to present Spring Forward: Introductory Works from the GROW HUB Artist Collective. In their first formal exhibition, fifteen emerging artists explore their supportive community and unique work environment. This whimsical collection illustrates all things GROW HUB, from plants and tractors to…

A Mural on Health and Wellness at Alachua Academy

Alana Jackson, Service Learning Lecturer at the UF Center for Arts in Medicine and Sarah Hinds, artist in residence at UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine recently worked with adolescent women at the DOJ’s Alachua Academy creating a mural focusing on health and wellness. Step one: The artists facilitated a…

Replenish in the New Year Retreat for Women

Registration for the Replenish in the New Year Retreat for Women is now open. Join Integrative Therapies practitioner and yoga therapist Tammy Bernard at Casa Micanopy on Saturday, January 25, 2020 for a replenishing and restorative retreat to welcome the new year. Visit jan-womens-retreat.eventbrite.com to register, or email Tammy at…

Nature as Medicine

Nature as Medicine Art Exhibit and Opening Reception In partnership with the UF Health Science Center Libraries and College of Medicine Medical Humanities, UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine proudly presents nature photography by UF medical student Colleen Cowdery. Colleen’s images capture the beauty and wonderment of some of…

Holiday Greeting from Arts in Medicine

Seasons Greetings from UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine and UF Center for Arts in Medicine As we enter this holiday season and reflect on 2019, the Arts in Medicine programs at UF are grateful for all those we meet in our hospital and in our…