Emory Report
September 17, 2007
Volume 60, Number 4

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September 17, 2007
Center for Health Discovery and Well Being seeks proposals for art

The Center for Health Discovery and Well Being, located on the 18th floor of the Medical Office Tower at Emory Crawford Long Hospital, is interested in displaying art that represents images or interpretations of health as viewed across cultures and geographic regions. Representations of individuals, practices, environments and events are all desirable.

Selected works will be displayed on a rotating basis along with accompanying descriptions and artists will be credited. The viewing audience will include faculty and staff who participate in Center activities as well as University officials and guests.

Emory faculty, staff and students should submit a brief statement of no more than two pages describing the piece, medium, materials, amount of space, installation and maintenance required. Please provide a JPEG or other electronic image of the work along with an e-mail and phone contact. Up to 12 photos of previous work may be submitted. All slides should be labeled. External artists should also submit a resume and exhibition list.

Submit proposals to Jennifer Vazquez at Jennifer.Vazquez@emory.edu.