OVEVIEW OF our PROJECTS & EXHIBITIONS
*** ON-GOING PROJECTS ***
CARDS FOR SENIOR RESIDENCES AND HOSPITALS
During Covid-19 confinement, Ani Müller from our group had the amazing idea of creating hand made cards to distributed to senior residences and hospitals, to help the seniors cope with the confinement and the solitude. Also to thank our care workers in hospital. To this date almost 1500 cards are made by artists: Ani Müller, Lynne Shand, Éliane Ducros, Caroline Dion, Ewa and 5 volunteers.
COLLECTIVE WORK OF ART FOR HOSPITALS
The artists Lynne Shand, Éliane Ducros, Caroline Dion and Ani Müller are working on 3 collective Work of Art to be given and exhibited in hospitals to thank and support the hard working personnel in the time of Covid-19 and risk their health and lives to save our loved one. THANK YOU
ON-LIVE ART HIVES
On-line Art Hives cessions will soon take place on our web site to help people with anxiety, depression, loneliness etc.
Five of our artist have a certification from Dr.Janis Timm-Bottos from Concordia Universty, the founder of Art Hives across the world. Our group strongly believe in the power and the benefit of art on people's health.
Dr. Joe Mazza from our group in collaboration with Dr. Janis Timm-Bottos from Concordia University have already done a research protocol on Art Therapy and Depression, they are only waiting for the society to get back to normal in order to continue their research.
EXHIBITION ON ARTRUISM ART OCTOBER 29, 2020
Artruism Group will host it's very first Grand Exhibition of Artruism Art at a fund raising diner for Artruism Group.
On October 29th, 2020
ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
EDUCATION OF MEDICAL STAFF
Artruism Group wants to make seminars and learning cessions with medical staff on therapeutic art and art therapy.
EXHIBITIONS IN CLINICS AND HOSPITALS
ARTRUISM ORIGINAL ART WORKS exhibited various clinics have been shown to have positive effects, not only on patients, but also on the caregivers.
A British paper from 2007 demonstrated art's "positive effects not only on patient well being but also on health outcome such as length of stay in hospital and pain tolerance." And last year, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts annouced a collaboration with an area hospital to allow doctors to prescribe museum visits to patients.
The largely positive perceptions of staff helps in the implementation of arts in healthcare settings, which enhances care and benefits both patients and healthcare staff. The prospect that art has beneficial effects on patient recovery is widespread.
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