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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.

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

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.

Art in Motion

Join artist in residence Sunita Canady at the Criser Cancer Resource Center for a variety of visual arts activities designed for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders.  The workshop is complimentary; caregivers and partners are welcome on Wednesdays from 1:30-3:30pm. For more information, please call Arts…

Story Songs

AIM Musician in Residence Cathy Dewitt will help you choose the key and rhythm patterns – inspiring your creative expression and broadening your understanding of the songwriting process. We will sing the original creations together. Towards the end of the series, selected songs will be recorded so people can have…

Solo Viola Series

The Solo Viola Series is a monthly concert series featuring solo viola repertoire. Each month musical selections are focused on a “theme” with a light classical music focus. Facilitated by Arts in Medicine musician Ferol Carytsas, these performances currently take place at: Oak Hammock…

Veterans Programs

Art in the Gardens Veteran artists meet bi-weekly at the UF Wilmot Gardens to create art inspired by the natural world.  Facilitated by Arts in Medicine artist Kris Sullivan, the group works with a variety of mediums and has been meeting regularly since 2009.  Many of the veterans also participate…

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…

Encore Dancers Workshop

Encore Dancers Workshop provides mature dancers with an opportunity to continue their practice in an adult- friendly environment. The classes will focus on fun, fitness, community, creativity, and goals important to the group using dance styles ranging from jazz to modern to ballet and our own personal styles. Rusti Brandman,…