Past Art Shows
Winter 2018: Art show opening to celebrate VTCSOM Founding Dean Cynda Johnson
Inspired by Johnson, the show features works of art that illustrate the influence of women.Fall 2018: Medical school's art show to take a look inward
Fall 2018: Medical school's art show to take a look inward
The show will encourage visitors to step back from the day’s hustle and bustle and enjoy moments of peace, contentment, and introspection.
Spring 2018: Laughter is the Best Medicine
Art Show to honor beloved Roanoke physician
Fall 2017: Asclepius: Military, Medicine, and Creative Forces
Events at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine to honor military service personnel and explore medicine as it relates to military service
Spring 2017: Research in the Abstract
Artists collaborate with researchers in new art show at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
Fall 2016: Our Valley: A Healthy Place to Live?
Exhibit to showcase photography in pursuit of public health
Spring 2016: Recent Observations and Discoveries
Art show captures commonality between art, science, and medicine
Fall 2015: Scarred for Life
Exhibit to showcase the healing power of art based on human scars
Spring 2015: The Art of Precision and Reach
Exhibit seeks to capture the power of art in fostering empathy
Winter 2014: Medical Avatar: The Health Time Machine
Art exhibit to feature medical avatars
Fall 2014: Life Is Beautiful
Art show to feature unexpected beauty in everyday life
Spring 2014: The Art of Science and the Science of Art
Art show to explore intersection of science and art
Summer 2013: Creativity and Mental Health
Art exhibit explores creativity and mental health
Fall 2012: What's Inside?
Art exhibition explores interpretations of what’s inside the human body
Poetry in Medicine
Created in 2013 by poet and director of the New River Health District Dr. Molly O'Dell, the Creative Expression in Health and Medicine (formerly called Poetry in Medicine) competition gave students, faculty, and staff at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the Jefferson College of Health Education, along with students from Virginia Tech, the chance to express themselves artistically. The annual competition, held in the spring, was sponsored by the Tuberculosis Foundation of Virginia and the Community High School for Arts and Academics.