Especially since the pandemic, people are turning towards the arts for strength, resilience and healing. In Guilford Art Center’s upcoming gallery exhibition, IN GOOD HANDS, the Center seeks to demonstrate how art has helped healthcare professionals, who are bearing an increased toll. How do their abilities to observe creatively in their jobs translate to their art? How do they engage with art’s joyful, therapeutic benefits? This exhibition, held July 12-September 4, will celebrate some answers through the art of these heralded community members.
Healthcare professionals have been invited to submit paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, fiber arts, photography, jewelry, mixed media and more. There are no requirements for level of experience or skill, either in art or the healthcare field. This exhibition is about the inspiration and benefits that comes with making art for people who work in all levels of the health profession.
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