Envisioning Healthcare

This panel discussion, moderated by KCUR 89.3 FM's Sylvia Maria Gross, explores the intersection of art and healthcare, asking what art's methodologies can contribute to healthcare research as well as the healthcare experience, and investigating how artists and healthcare workers can come together to solve problems. This is the closing event for the DropIN/PopUP Waiting Room Project. Panelists: Dr. Barbara Woods (clinical assistant professor of pharmacy, KU), Dr. Cynthia Colwell (director of music therapy, KU), Margaret Weisbrod Morris (director of programs and partnerships, Lawrence Arts Center), James Martin (curator, Center for the Healing Arts, Truman Medical Centers), Marguerite Perret (associate professor of art, Washburn University, and one of the lead artists behind the Waiting Room Project).
January 27, 2013
01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Spencer Museum of Art auditorium, 309
785-864-4710
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