2014 News Archive
National Endowment for the Arts recently sat down with Maria Jukic, JD, Executive Director of the Arts & Medicine Institute, and CPAC Director, Tom Schorgl to discuss the intersection of arts and healthcare in the region, highlighting Cleveland Clinic's programs.
Researchers are learning more about the precise ways paintings and other works of art help patients and families in the healing process.
Arts & Medicine has compiled its first newsletter detailing the impact of its programs in the healthcare environment and first-hand stories from the patients who have benefited.
Art programs in hospitals are growing. Learn more about what the Arts and Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic is doing to help patients heal.
2013 News Archive
Joanne Cohen, Executive Director of Arts and Medicine Institute's Art Program, discusses her background in and passion for the arts as she leads the Shaker Life Magazine through the highlights of Cleveland Clinic's art collection.
Joanne Cohen, Executive Director of Arts and Medicine Institute's Art Program, discusses the benefit of artwork in the healthcare environment and unique aspects of Cleveland Clinic's collection.
Art plays a prominent role at Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The facility's architecture was designed world renowned architect, Frank Gehry, the extensive collection of artwork, the development of an art therapy program, and a distance learning program conducted with the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Cleveland Clinic will be participating in the "Play Me, I'm Yours" interactive artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. The artwork consists of decorated pianos that are placed in public spaces for everyone to use. The piano will be on display on the Crile Mall from July 19 - August 12, 2013. If you are interested in submitting a design for the decorated piano or wish to participate in the decorating process, please complete the forms in the piano design guidelines and submit by May 23, 2013. Email email@example.com for more information or questions.
The Arts & Medicine Institute is participating in a project that was selected through a public voting process to receive a Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Creative Culture Grant. The Daring to be “Dumbo” project led by the Dancing Wheels organization will fund the creation of a film about bullying and social injustice. Cleveland Clinic Arts & Medicine Institute will help by broadcasting the documentary at our facilities.
Kathryn Koran from the Arts and Medicine Institute's Art Program talks about the Art in the Afternoon Program and the artwork in the hospital.
Learn how music therapy helped a patient with aphasia.
Cleveland Clinic’s Arts and Medicine Institute will host “Arts and Medicine for India,” a symposium to create awareness of the arts and medicine concept, on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, during India’s biennial exhibition of contemporary art – the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012.
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