The exhibition is curated by Jes Reyes, coordinator of Avivo’s ArtWorks program, and co-organized by Paul Ranelli, a professor of Social Pharmacy at the U of M College of Pharmacy. Exhibiting artists include: Ashley Adams, Teresa Audet, Cecile Bellamy, Douglas Blue, Andrew Braunberger, Jennifer N. Campbell, John Casey, Kate Clark, Christi Furnas, Peter F. Hinze, KaTa, Kandace Krause, Sam Larom, Gary Melquist, Photovoice participants, Michaela Rachor, Holly Rapoport, Anne South, Julia C. Spencer, Heather Spielman, Shining Starr, Tobias, Jessica Ward, Roger Williamson.
In addition, over ten artworks separate from the project are exhibited at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth until March 29.
The mission of Avivo ArtWorks is to challenge stigma and raise mental health awareness. For the event, it is recommended to park in the Washington Ave Ramp and take the Tunnel to Diehl Hall to enter the Bio-Medical Library and the exhibit directly. For more details: Diehl Hall: 612-626-4045, firstname.lastname@example.org; Avivo: 612-752-8242, JReyes@Resource-MN.org.