Art Galleries of Interest: ART as THERAPY


Art Therapy Concordia University Montreal Special Projects Images of community mural projects initiated by the Art Therapy Unit with the purpose of using the media of mural making as a therapeutic and artistic process with individualsand groups that can benefit from community building activities

The Paper People Project is an international community arts project sponsored by the Illinois Art Therapy Association. As artists and art therapists we are launching this large-scale art installation to show the world that we are all impacted by gun violence.

Art By Survivors

Survivors Art Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to empowering Trauma-Survivors with Effective Expressive Outlets via Internet Art Gallery . . . .

The Foundation for Hospital Art is dedicated to involving patients and volunteers worldwide to create colorful, soothing artwork donated to hospitals to help soften the often stressful hospital experience for patients, families and hospital staff.

Hospital Audiences, Inc. Outsider Art

The Healing Power of The Arts

"Confronting Cancer Through Art" is a unique exhibition that gives vision and voice to the experiences of all those who have confronted cancer. This juried exhibition includes nearly 200 works by 112 artists.

Gallery of Pediatric Oncology Patients' Artwork

The National Jewish Children's Art Museum contains patient's art work and personal comments about living with a chronic illness. The work was produced by children and adolescents in various art therapy groups and individual sessions at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, Colorado.

Pablos' THE ART AND THE ARTISTS

The Cunningham Dax Collection of Psychiatric Art

Depression: A Visual Journal of Healing and Transformation

The Computer Artwork of Anne Eldredge Harris

Prinzhorn Collection A few graphics plus a brief history of the collection of psychiatric patient art by the psychiatrist and art collector Hans Prinzhorn.


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