Cathy Malchiodi, PhD, REAT, is an author, educator and investigator on a 5-year grant with the US Department of Education, integrating trauma-informed expressive arts into classrooms. This is the second in a series, Enhancing Wellness for Healthcare Professionals through Engagement with the Arts, sponsored by the Colorado Resiliency Arts Lab. RSVP Today>>
Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and Huntington Potter, PhD,Director of the Alzheimer’s and Cognition Center, will identify ethical issues that arise in Alzheimer’s research and treatment and explore what patients, families and caregivers can do to navigate ethical challenges in living with Dementia. RSVP Today>>
The Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities has had the use of new first-class pianos on a no-cost basis since its opening, through a partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation, a Colorado non-profit dedicated to supporting music education.
A large selection of grands, baby grands, player grands, upright and digital pianos, violins, violas and cellos will be available. This event will feature starter to professional level instruments from such famous makers as Steinway & Sons, Yamaha, Pramberger, Seiler, Roland, Stravari Fine Violins and many others. A substantial portion of your purchase may be considered a charitable contribution and tax deductible. By appointment by calling (303) 515-0515.
“one, one thousand…” is an unconventional documentary and a different kind of love story. It exposes the impact a rare and incurable form of epilepsy (Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome) has on a mother and son's experiences of life-long care. Debe Arlook’s intimate photos depict the inner and outer worlds of the relationship between the artist's nephew and sister.
Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm for CU Anschutz badged personnel. Open to the public on weekdays from 11:30am-5:00pm. VISIT EXHIBIT WEBPAGE