AWAHIH offers free virtual art sessions for children
The Let’s Make Art program supports the need for creative activities while young patients are sheltering-in-place at home or in the hospital during the COVID 19 pandemic, and other times when they need to stay indoors.The online art program and art-to-go care bag projects are in place providing fine art experiences while enhancing the healing process for homebound children, and patients and families in the hospital.
Children with a serious illness are coping with an even greater struggle during the coronavirus pandemic. Art with a Heart in Healthcare offers free virtual, interactive art sessions, coloring pages, music and storytelling.
Animal-Gamation: Art with a Heart in Healthcare at MOCA
For this exhibition, each artist started with a question "If you could create your own animal, what would it look like?" In answering, each patient rendered his or her own unique artwork, exploring their personalities, stories, and identities in an animal form on collaged canvas.
Annual art exhibition features works by young patients
Raven, 18-year-old patient, worked with Art With a Heart in Healthcare (AWAHIH) program at Wolfson, during which an artist worked one-on-one with him to help him outwardly express his inner traits by channeling his creativity into a collage on canvas.
Young artist from St. Augustine Beach featured in exhibit
MOCA Jacksonville continues its partnership for the ninth year with Art with a Heart in Healthcare (AWAHIH) with "ANIMAL-GAMATION," a special exhibition of artwork by pediatric patients from Wolfson Children's Hospital
Six days a week, the 501c3 nonprofit “Art with a Heart in Healthcare” transforms playrooms throughout Wolfson Children’s Hospital into art studios, safe spaces where a child can momentarily forget his or her illness or ailment.
AWAHIH's artist-in-residence Dylan Bauer custom painted 16 shovels for BMC's groundbreaking event honoring the future seven-story building that will serve as the new "front door" to Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and feature a five-floor Wolfson Children's Critical Care Tower.