Earlier this year, Elaine Sims, director of the U-M Health System’s Gifts of Art program, was quoted in the Baltimore Sun.
Read an excerpt from the article below:
"Museums are today’s temples, so going to a museum can be a reverential experience," says Elaine Sims, director of the University of Michigan Health System’s Gifts of Art Program.
"What we do in health care is to take art back to its primal function, which is to be a part of your everyday life, to engage you, to distract you, to transport you. And people in hospitals are making that connection at a time when they need it the most."
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