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'Healing Art' exhibit at the Grenfell Campus closing

Four-year-old Kate Hills dances to the music of Bay of Islands Sunday Session at the closing of the "Healing Art" exhibit at the Grenfell Campus, Memorial University's art gallery Saturday.
Four-year-old Kate Hills dances to the music of Bay of Islands Sunday Session at the closing reception of the "Healing Art" exhibition at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. The exhibit will remain open until March 3.

The “Healing Art” exhibit at the Grenfell Campus, Memorial University’s art gallery had its closing reception Saturday, but will remain open until this weekend.

The exhibit is a celebration of a collaboration between the university’s School of Fine Arts and Western Health to enrich the health care environment at Western Memorial Regional Hospital for the last six years.

The artists whose work is on display include Aidan Devereaux, Alyssa Leahy, Ashley Jennings, Bailey McPhee, Charlotte Hobden, Kelsie Lundgren, Claire Jean, Emily Clark, Emily Critch, Emily Hayes, Erika Stonehouse, Gregory Maleme, Hannah Nott, Jenna Short, Kayla George, Leah V. Sing, Leanna Ward, Maggie Atkinson, Melissa Taylor and Mok Ho Him.

Music for Saturday's reception was provided by Bay of Islands Sunday Sesion, a band featurung the talents of Ivan Emke, Brian Beck, Leah Vokey Sing and Joyce Reesor.

***This article was edited 26-02-2018 to correct the closing date and include more artist information.

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