The Gifts of Art Program at Michigan Medicine brings the arts into the environment of care to help restore hope, encourage personal agency, and honor human dignity.
From live performances and walk-through exhibits to resources and concerts you can enjoy in your home, the Michigan Medicine Gifts of Art Program has something for everyone.
Arts in Health at Michigan Medicine brings the arts into the environment of care to help restore hope, encourage personal agency, and honor human dignity.
Performances and events for the entire community, art and music services for patients and guests, and permanent and changing art in hospital galleries are some of the Gifts of Art offerings.
Immerse yourself in the arts for the health of it. Here you will find a wide variety of music, nature, and art opportunities to explore or share with others at anytime of your choosing.
Whether you want to make art, perform, exhibit, volunteer, or make a donation, here are some ways to connect arts and health in your life.
Part of the Gifts of Art Program, the Life Sciences Orchestra plays two concerts a year at Hill Auditorium, drawing an audience of more than 1,000 community members, friends and family of the U-M life sciences community.
Check out the following exhibits that are up September 5 - December 1.
Metro-Detroit artists Laura Cavanagh and Chrissy Gordon explore the relationship of constructed spaces with the natural world through their work in oil/soft pastels and oil paint.
Natalie Petrosky started this series of drawings with a bag of crayons from her childhood. She has used an image of a treasure chest from an old Wario game to alter and repeat in order to investigate color theory.
The International Museum of Dinnerware Design is pleased to share the joy of two avid collectors, Robert E. and Mary T. Wortman, through this exhibition of commemorative earthenware state plates.
Each year Gifts of Art presents an in-person exhibition of artwork by Michigan Medicine faculty, staff, learners, volunteers and family members, now also available online.
Richard Goff has been painting for more than 40 years. This exhibit features a range of his work, subject matter, and representational style.
As a ceramic sculptor, Kristin Kowalski draws inspiration from the natural environment and human interactions. Her artworks reflect her appreciation for nature and its beauty through ceramic techniques and processes.
Cheryl Gould uses her photos as a basis for her paintings. As she paints, she remembers finding each flower in its own special habitat.
Nawal Motawi presents this retrospective exhibit as a celebration of local artistry.
Your support makes it possible to bring the arts into the care environment to help restore hope and honor human dignity.