Two recent articles have explored Art in Health and the story of Tom Day, a veteran who suffered a stroke in 2009 and has since participated in Art in Health. The Osprey Observer’s story USF Clinic Uses Art As A Means To Help Aphasia Patients Communicate looks at the interaction between the Art in Health […]Read more "Art In Health in the News"
Nidaa attended the following Art In Health workshops during Fall 2013: Studio Art, Museum, Movement. She spoke with me afterwards at the USF Contemporary Art Museum. What’s your field of study at USF? I’m a public health student studying for a master’s in environmental and occupational health. Where do you see yourself in the future, […]Read more "Perspective: Nidaa Bukhari, MPH Student, College of Public Health"
Enrollment is open for the Fall 2013 USF Art In Health workshops! This semester we’re offering a series of three workshops: Workshop I – Studio Art (collage, drawing and visual observation exercises), Workshop II – Museum (facilitated discussions of visual artworks) and Workshop III – Movement (body awareness, movement observation and practice). Click here to sign up. Schedule: […]Read more "Fall 2013 workshops open for enrollment"