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Art with a Heart in Healthcare provides 
personalized fine art experiences that 
enhance the healing process for patients 
and their families.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, 
Art with a Heart in Healthcare relies on your support to help provide high-quality art supplies and fine art experiences to our patients. Your gift, no matter what size, makes this possible.
Art with a Heart artists, volunteers and UNF interns create individualized art sessions that meet the needs of patients, at their bedsides and in groups. Our team of artists has served tens of thousands of patients and their families in Jacksonville Florida at Wolfson Children's Hospital and Nemours Children's Clinic.



 841 Prudential Drive Suite 150 Jacksonville, Fl 32207 | 904.306.0390 | www.artwithaheart.info |www.facebook.com/artwithaheart
New Patient Artwork
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Reflections is a glance into the lives, personalities and experiences of the patient-artists through their photographic visions.
Reflections
Patient Photography Exhibition 
Sponsors
Art with a Heart in Healthcare extends our appreciation to the many philanthropic organizations, businesses and individuals who supported our mission during 2014. The success of our programs would not be possible without you. We look forward to a prosperous and exciting 2015.
​un·mask, verb 
Expose the true character of or hidden truth about.

The mask does not represent a face. It is a metaphor for what lives inside the artist, a canvas on which a patient's story can be told. Each artist started with a question-what's in your head?

MOCA Jacksonville continues its partnership with Art with a Heart in Healthcare. Patients in the program collaborated with an artist-in-residence who brings out their natural talents and expands their art-making skills while promoting self-confidence and self-awareness during their hospital experience. This program is sponsored by First Tennessee Foundation.

Reception free to the public. 
Sunday, August 23rd at MOCA 2 - 4pm