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Potpourri Sunday: UK HealthCare expands art, music therapy options for patients at Markey, Eastern State | Our Health

It’s nice to see that Kentucky is improving its use of art and music therapy, at least at UK Healthcare. Kudos to them and I hope others will follow soon. 20 more words

Creative Monday: Arts Therapy Improves Recovery And Cuts Medical Expenditures

Hospitals all over the world are realizing that the environment of the hospital is very important in the pace of healing, the well-being of family members and staff, and even in the costs of medical care. 128 more words

Creative Monday: This Artist Got Cancer Of The Pineal Gland. His Paintings Will Leave You Speechless. | The Mind Unleashed

We never know what the sources of our art may be. This story is an extraordinary one, and the pictures I am posting today are all Shawn Thornton’s work. 23 more words

Potpourri Sunday: Abstract art photographer finds calm within chaos in new Provincetown show - NEWS - Wicked Local Provincetown - Provincetown, MA

This is a great show now on in Provincetown. Christine Triebert is an abstract photographer who lives in Vermont. Her work falls well into my category of how the arts help us to heal from traumas of various kinds. 93 more words

High Point Wednesday: More Hospitals Use the Healing Powers of Public Art - WSJ

One of the most important developments in the use of the arts in healing has been the integration of the arts into all aspects of contemporary medicine, especially in the hospital setting. 129 more words

Creative Monday: Poetic Twist: Bringing Dignity to Dementia Patients | Marc Middleton

I am a great admirer of the Bolder Media Company in Orlando and frequently share their images on this blog. This Huffpost piece by founder Marc Middleton is a wonderful contribution for a Creative Monday morning. 111 more words

Potpourri Sunday: Shakespeare as a Life Coach - WSJ

Shakespeare was the master of understanding connections, of bringing to bear all knowledge and experience in the creation of characters who speak to us as much today as they did to their original audiences–perhaps more. 130 more words