Art and Epidemics
We invite BlueWater friends and supporters to attend a special presentation by Linda Sandhaus M.D.
Art and Epidemics is a virtual tour of the Cleveland Museum of Art that makes interesting connections between artworks and epidemics that have occurred in the course of history, including the current COVID-19 pandemic. You may never look at these artworks the same way again!
Linda Sandhaus MD graduated from New York University School of Medicine in 1978 and completed her residency and fellowship training in pathology at the University of Minnesota. She retired from University Hospitals Dept. of Pathology in 2017 and is currently Emeritus Associate Professor of Pathology at CWRU School of Medicine. After retiring, Linda became a docent at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where she enjoys giving tours to school children and adults.
Thursday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m.
This is what others have had to say about Art and Epidemics:
“This is a talk you won’t want to miss — and it will resonate with you for a long time.”
— Eric Kisch, Musical Passions
“The art was stimulating to see and the talk was spectacular…I watched the program a second time because it was so important”.
“Linda’s presentation was delightful, creative and stimulating…I could be a repeat in her audience again and again!”
—Carol McWilliams, CMA Docent
“In no other instance have I seen so much impactful healthcare related to pandemics and their associations to Western art.”
—Teresa Vasu DeChant, DeChant Art Consulting, LLC
The presentation is FREE, but pre-registration is required. Donations to BlueWater Chamber Orchestra are gratefully accepted — help keep the music alive!
To RSVP for this program please register here.
You will receive an email prior to the event with log-in access.
Art and Epidemics will be recorded for future viewing for those who have pre-registered.