Art Museum News

10/22/2014
MUAM October 2014 e-News
Current exhibitions and upcoming programs.
10/21/2014
An Artist's Life with Vascular Dementia
When vascular dementia took its hold on Harry Hansen, an award-winning artist and art professor, the disease stole much of his identity. After a hiatus from artistic creation, his wife and daughter inspired him to use art as a therapeutic method to regain a creative and intellectual quality of life that lay dormant for half a decade.
10/06/2014
Reflections and Responses
Gallery Talk, Sunday, October 12, 2 p.m. Reflections and Responses: Faces of Freedom Summer Herbert Randall, New York Reception: 3-4 p.m. [Co-sponsored by Association of Black Faculty & Staff (ABFAS)]
09/30/2014
Connecting the Dots - Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Connecting the Dots: WomenÂ’s Issues are on stage, in the galleries and at the clothesline on Campus this Fall
09/22/2014
Art Therapy Lecture
Art therapist Molly Kohut (Miami Alumna) will define art therapy, its healing benefits and will introduce professional certification requirements. Kohut will identify outcomes of art therapy with children and their families who are coping with complex needs. Following the lecture, Kohut will conduct a hands-on workshop to illustrate art therapy concepts.
09/15/2014
Drama Therapy Lecture and Program
Two upcoming Revealing the Light Within the Healing Power of Expressive Arts exhibition-related programs will take place on September 18 & 19.
09/03/2014
New Freedom Summer Exhibition Open
Faces of Freedom Summer: The Photographs of Herbert Randall
08/26/2014
New Expressive Arts Therapies Exhibition Open
Revealing the Light Within: The Healing Power of Expressive Arts runs August 26 - December 6, 2014
08/25/2014
Museum Galleries Open
Our Galleries are open August 26 through December 6, Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday Noon to 5 p.m.