Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center Celebrates Employee Talents Once Again

A panel of NAP artworks beautifully displayed in the Skywalk at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center.

It has been years since the last National Arts Program® Exhibit occurred at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center but their return to the program has been a resounding success. The 2nd Annual exhibit took place back in 2012 with 79 artists submitting 134 pieces of art. This year for their 3rd NAP exhibit they opened on March 9th and showcased 150 pieces of art from 90 participants, proving there is great demand amongst employees for an opportunity such as this. 
Jill McNutt and Erin Hein Co-Coordinated this exhibition which is on display through May 17th on the 3rd floor Skywalk. The National Arts Program Foundation Executive Director, Jackie Szafara, made the trip to take in the beautiful showcase. Jackie commented that the artwork was displayed on clever moveable screens that were set in a busy corridor within the medical center. Having the works in a highly visible location engages a large audience of patients, visitors and employees and helps to transport, and delight them day after day. It will certainly be something that the community will look forward to year after year.  


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