Cleveland Clinic’s Art Program crafts engaging, meaningful interactions with contemporary art within a healthcare setting. Integral to the healing environment, the artwork activates and anchors spaces throughout Cleveland Clinic Enterprise. The art collection is designed to present a broad range of perspectives, promoting empathy and inclusion by making visible the diversity of patients, visitors and caregivers.

Projects and Programs

  • Commissioned, site-specific artwork at Miller Family Pavilion, Glickman Tower, Taussig Cancer Center, Hillcrest Hospital, Marymount Hospital, and other areas
  • Julia and Larry Pollock Gallery on Main Campus between Q and G Buildings which features several shows each year as well as occasional public programs
  • Cleveland Clinic ar+ app featuring the world-class art and architecture at Cleveland Clinic facilities across the globe and a Virtual Viewing Room of digitally curated exhibitions
  • Audio Art Tour showcasing 35 works from the collection with commentary from artists and guest curators
  • “Art Break” Cell Phone Tour available for visitors at regional facilities to enjoy specific works of art in key locations
  • Art Ambassador Tours that give patients, visitors and staff a personal guide to the artwork
  • Art in the Afternoon Tours that are specially-designed for individuals with memory loss and their care partners
  • Video Loop of over 120 artworks paired with music available on the Arts & Medicine channel 44 and on-demand through patient television

Art Program Team

  • Curator and Senior Director: Ellen Rudolph
  • Preparator: Jane Baeslach
  • Curator: Sienna Brown
  • Associate Curator: Brian Downey
  • Art Collections Manager: Kathryn Koran
  • Department Coordinator: Michelle Kupiec
  • Preparator: Sean Merchant

Contact Us

For more information about the Art Program, email ccartprogram@ccf.org or call 216.442.3585.