A collection of art made by cancer patients and their loved ones which encourages vision, hope and imagination, all of which foster the healing process. Call for Survivor's Artwork: The editors at OncoLink believe that our lives and the lives of our patients are enriched by taking time to open experiences which stir the human spirit. Artwork encourages vision, hope and imagination, all of which nurture the healing process. This virtual exhibit seeks to honor each patient or caregiver whose artwork is to be supported and respected.
Confronting Cancer Through Art 1999 celebrates the courage and creativity of all those who have confronted cancer, either through their own experience or that of a family member or friend. The exhibition contains 65 pieces created in various media including sculpture, quilt, painting, and photography, that depict the challenge and personal triumph of those with a disease. To begin browsing the virtual gallery, choose an artist from the select menu below. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger version of the work.
Confronting Cancer Through Art was a juried exhibition, sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center, that was on display at the Arthur Ross Gallery from September 15 - October 31, 1999. The artwork will be available on OncoLink's virtual gallery indefinitely.Aida R. WeinsteinAnthony CiambellaBruce PollockRead More
May 14, 2013 - For cancer patients, creative arts therapies are associated with improvements in psychological symptoms and quality of life, according to a systematic review published online May 13 in JAMA Internal Medicine.