The "Arts in Medicine Lecture Series" meets on scheduled Mondays at noon at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities, and is free and open to the public. It features expert and entertaining speakers and performances from both the campus and the community on topics as diverse as cave paintings, Soviet Holocaust photography, and women soldiers during the Civil War.
Howie Movshovitz, PhD, will present a program about Buster Keaton, "Once a Genius, Still a Genius," on Monday April 1st from noon-1:00pm at the Fulginiti Pavilion. Lunch provided.
Damon McLeese, Director of Access Gallery, will present, "Granny Does Graffiti,"
sharing his experience on bringing out creativity in people with Alzheimer's Disease or
Dementia," on Monday April 8th from noon-1:00pm at the Fulginiti Pavilion.
Author I. Kaufman Arenberg, MD, will present about his groundbreaking new book,
Killing Vincent: The Man, The Myth, and The Murder, a non-fiction historical cold case
murder mystery about the death of artist Vincent van Gogh, on Monday April 15th
from noon-1pm at the Fulginiti. Lunch provided.
PHAMALY Theater Company comes to campus on Monday May 6th from noon-1:00pm
at the Education 2 South Auditorium. MORPH MASTERS tells the stories of famous artists
who live(d) and work(ed) with a disability—including Frida Kahlo, Ludwig von Beethoven
and Stevie Wonder. The show illustrates how disability can function as a creative asset in
people’s lives and empowers people of all ages to live and create in unique ways.
Free and open to the public. View flyer>>
Arts in Medicine events are recorded for viewing online. Click for the archive.
Arts and Medicine events are free and open to the public.
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