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AMAM Hosts “Art on the Brain”

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The Allen Memorial Art Museum hosted Tracie McCambridge of the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University Wednesday evening. She spoke about her program “Art on the Brain,” which integrates art into the process of recuperating from and living with brain injuries. This is the museum’s third “Art and Health” session, and the first time that this program has focused specifically on the brain.

The Allen Memorial Art Museum hosted Tracie McCambridge of the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University Wednesday evening. She spoke about her program “Art on the Brain,” which integrates art into the process of recuperating from and living with brain injuries. This is the museum’s third “Art and Health” session, and the first time that this program has focused specifically on the brain.

Photo by Bryan Rubin, Photo Editor

Photo by Bryan Rubin, Photo Editor

The Allen Memorial Art Museum hosted Tracie McCambridge of the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University Wednesday evening. She spoke about her program “Art on the Brain,” which integrates art into the process of recuperating from and living with brain injuries. This is the museum’s third “Art and Health” session, and the first time that this program has focused specifically on the brain.

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