Over the past few weeks USFCAM hosted a series of Art in Health workshops in collaboration with USF Health. These workshops were geared towards enhancing observation skills in students in health disciplines. There have been several studies conducted by Harvard Medical School that have found success in challenging students in health to use Visual Thinking […]Read more "Art in Health 2015 Workshops"
Tom Day with some of the works featured at the Community Gallery of the Hillsborough County Southshore Regional Library The Arts@the Clinic program celebrated the opening of Tom Day’s first solo exhibition of original oil paintings in July at the Community Gallery of the Hillsborough County Southshore Regional Library. The twenty-four oil paintings shown chronicle […]Read more "Arts@the Clinic Celebrates Tom Day’s Opening"
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"