WHERE Art&Heating MEET

O'Brien Lohr, Ginny
October 2004
Surface Design Journal;Fall2004, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
Explores the incorporation of art into healthcare/healing programs in the United States. Purposes of arts-in-healthcare programs; Partnerships between medical centers and universities to establish artist-in-residence programs where students in the arts and professional artists trained to work with in-patients; Art sessions with adult in-patients challenged with psychiatric disorders. INSET: A Pioneering Program in Art and Wellness.


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