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 in Horticulture Therapy offerings provided by the gardens. For more information please call (352) 733-0880.
AIM hosts monthly revolving art exhibits in our public space. Featured artists are those who have been touched by a health crisis or who are working in the health care system.
GROW-Hub is a local non-profit where adults of all abilities can find meaningful work. Visual artists from the Arts in Medicine team partner with GROW-Hub to provide craft-based art-making workshops that produce a piece of art that the participants can then sell. Learn more about GROW-Hub at the link below.
352Creates is a network of individuals, organizations, and businesses united by the idea that creativity connects our community and makes us healthier and stronger.
Join an AIM artist in residence 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