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The Army Wife Now at NIH

The Army Wife now on exhibit at NIH! Click here to Read our blog post and learn more about Kristin La Flamme’s exceptional textile works.

Artworks at NIH

Artworks at NIH by Tommy Finton

Healing Through Art

MJH Philanthropy Supporting the Arts- Healing Through Art

Two CC staffers participate in show of NIH scientists’ art

Creating art is nothing new for Clinical Center employees Lorraine Caruccio and Larry Bauer. But the opportunity to exhibit their work on the walls of Building 10 is. Caruccio, research scientist in the Department of Transfusion Medicine, and Bauer, patient recruitment specialist in the Office of Patient Recruitment and Public Liaison, are two of the […]

A Photographer’s Gift

MJH Philanthropy Supporting the Arts- A Photographer’s Gift

CC patient and local artist thrives despite her low vision

An inspiration to many, Clinical Center patient and accomplished artist Ruth Lotz has continued to paint into her 90th year even as her vision fades. Lotz’s passion for art began at an early age, and since being diagnosed with age-related macular degeneration eight years ago, she has seen her technique evolve and transform. No longer […]

Art donation asks viewers to ‘apprehend these miracles’

Premier local artist Jean Meisel made a generous donation to the Clinical Center this winter of 13 large works, half of which hang in the Magnuson’s Building new main corridor. Early last year Meisel mentioned to a contact at a Washington, DC, gallery that she had a wealth of paintings she’d like to share with […]

Quilts exhibit the art of science

A unique traveling art exhibit has made a stop at the Clinical Center for July and August. “Art under the Microscope” is a collection of twenty art quilts created by the group Fiber Artists @ Loose Ends and inspired by scientific photographs taken by researchers at the University of Michigan (U-M) Center for Organogenesis. In […]

Sculpture honors former CC nurse

Clinical Center staff gathered on March 7 at the 5SES entrance to view a sculpture by Washington artist Tim Tate honoring the memory of former CC nurse Susan Biddle.  Biddle, who died in 2005, worked here for more than 20 years. The sculpture’s location pays tribute to her specialization in cardiology, hematology, and sickle cell […]