Creativity in Health Education Program invites public to the inaugural art show

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine will open its doors to the public for its Creativity in Health Education Program’s inaugural art show on May 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

More than 50 pieces from dozens of local artists will be featured. High school artists also submitted pieces for a special gallery. In addition, one wall will showcase art pieces made by the late Morgan Dana Harrington.

“We were very pleased with both the quantity and quality of the submissions we received,” said Dr. David Trinkle, associate dean for community and culture at the school. Trinkle developed and helped implement the Creativity in Health Education Program. “Since this is the school’s first endeavor of this sort, we were not sure what kind of response we would receive. We were thrilled to receive so many great pieces of art.”

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