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What is the Arts in Healthcare? View the Definition
2009 | State of the Field Report: Arts in Healthcare
2005 | Your health and the arts: a study of the association between arts engagement and health (by Arts Council England)
Global Alliance In The News
November 2012 | The art of healing: Program connects artists, patients, The Post-Bulletin
August 2012 | August 26th Program - A Dancer's Journey Through Cancer, That Cancer Show
July 2012 | Art Gives Stony Brook Patients a 'Feeling of Respite', Times Beacon Record
May 2012 | Arts & Health: A Global View in Detroit Conference, Motor City Blog
May 2012 | More Hospitals in Michigan Look to Care for Patients through Music, Detroit Free Press
March 2012 | Members of IIDA Visit Martha Jefferson Hospital Arts in Healthcare Program, NBC29
March 2012 | Arts in Healthcare, Artserve Michigan
March 2012 | Picturing a Brain Injury, NPR's Science Friday
March 2012 | Hoping That Art Helps With Healing, New York Times
December 2011 | Arts in Healthcare, Seasons (newsletter of Partners in Care)
December 2011 | Heartland initiative brings art to patients, St. Joseph News-Press
November 2011 | Musicians Brighten Patients' Day at Dana-Farber Cancer Center, Boston Globe
September 2011 | U of L opens $45 million renovation to dental school, Business First
September 2011 | Forum speakers explore the arts and science of brain disease, University of Southern California Weekly
July 2011 | The art of healing gets the last word, The Island Packet (NC)
July 2011 | Scalpel...and Paintbrush? The Power of the Arts in Medicine, Art Avocado (Arts Advocacy Blog)
July 2011 | ‘Arts in Hospice' has its Inaugural Exhibit, The Bulletin (Oregon)
July 2011 | Why We Need the Arts in Medicine, Minnesota Medicine
June 2011 | People in Business, The Tennesean
May 2011 | Society for the Arts in Healthcare recognizes Bend resident's work, The Bend Bulletin (OR)
May 2011 | Experts discuss improvement of healthcare through arts, The New Times (Rwanda)
April 2011 | Healing with Art, KQED Radio
April 2011 | San Francisco Harpist to Perform at Society for the Arts in Healthcare Conference, PRWeb.com
April 2011 | The Arts in Medicine: From Mozart to Monet - the Case for Creativity, brendastockdale.com
March 2011 | How singing improves your health, thenextgreatsinger.com
March 2011 | Nature's art helps patients find hope in southern New Jersey, pressofAtlanticCity.com
March 2011 | The Fine Art of Healing, Baylor University News
February 2011 | Hospital Selected For Therapy Grant, BainbridgeGA.com
Society Press Releases
July 3, 2012 | Society Endorses UN's International Day of Cooperatives
January 18, 2012 | Society Gives John Graham-Pole the Outstanding Leadership in the Society for the Arts in Healthcare, Janice Palmer Award
January 18, 2012 | Society Gives Irene Walt the 2012 Community Impact Award
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Global Alliance for Arts & Health Logo Usage Policy
The goal of this policy statement is to establish clear, consistent guidelines on the use of the Global Alliance for Arts & Health logo. As the Global Alliance for Arts & Health's most recognizable visual identity, the power of the logo lies in its consistent and appropriate use. This identity is the cornerstone of the Global Alliance's brand, which distinguishes it from any other organization.
To sustain an image that reflects the Global Alliance for Arts & Health's mission—an international community dedicated to promoting the arts as an integral component of healthcare—the Global Alliance for Arts & Health will safeguard the use of its logo. The Global Alliance for Arts & Health logo is protected by copyright laws and may only be reproduced, distributed, displayed, or used to prepare derivative works with the prior consent of the Global Alliance for Arts & Health.
Submission of a request letter followed by the Global Alliance for Arts & Health's approval is required for any use of the Global Alliance for Arts & Health's logo with the following exceptions:
- For partnerships and joint ventures already approved by the Global Alliance for Arts & Health board, use of the logo is also approved, within the terms defined below.
Elements of the Logo: The logo consists of four elements:
TheGlobal Alliance for Arts & Health logo must always be used with these four elements of the logo. The Global Alliance for Arts & Health logo must be used with the accompanying text, "Global Alliance for Arts & Health". The logo should remain the same proportionally.
Acceptable Formats: The logo is available in web and print resolutions. High resolution files must be used for print production. Please contact our office for high resolution logos.
1.) Full-color logo
2.) Gray-scale logo
3.) Member's logo
Size and Placement: The logo must be reproduced large enough in relation to overall page or screen size to ensure adequate legibility and prominence. "Global Alliance for Arts & Health" must be legible even at small sizes. A minimum of .25 inches of clear space surrounding the logo is required to separate it from other elements such as copy, pictures, slogans, or other logotypes and symbols. The logo may not be placed on top of images.
Web use: In all cases, the logo must be an active link to http://www.thesah.org/. When used on a member's personal website, the Global Alliance for Arts & Health member's logo must be used.
Links to the Global Alliance's website: Global Alliance for Arts & Health permits links to content at http://www.thesah.org/ except when linking suggests that the Global Alliance for Arts & Health promotes or endorses any third party's causes, ideas, web sites, products or services. We reserve the right to withdraw permission from any link.
Logo Use Request: Advance written approval from the Global Alliance for Arts & Health is required before the Global Alliance for Arts & Health's logo can be used. Prompt consideration will be given to any requestor.
In the form of a letter, requests should provide the following information:
- Organization requesting use
- Contact person, phone and email
- Format in which the logo will appear—poster, invitation, program, etc.
- Media—print or electronic
- Dates of use
- Sample layout, or design, of how the logo will be used
- Requested logo format
Request letters should be either emailed or mailed to:
Global Alliance for Arts & Health
2647 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20008