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Mental Health Art Exhibition at Union Museum

NEDHSA will showcase original 14 creative works created by Inique Harris, Shiketra May White, Derek Davis, Keagan Vaughan, JaCera Francois, and Rachel Madden at the Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville, Louisiana.

This exhibition is part of the agency’s Art Is Medicine special initiative, an integrated health care, evidence-based prevention, communications, and treatment strategy to help serve persons with mental health, addictive disorders, and developmental disabilities.

The museum will host an opening reception on January 9th from 4 P.M. – 6 P.M. The exhibit will remain open to the public until January 25th.

All members of the NELA community are invited to come and engage with the amazing works of art and experience ART AS MEDICINE.

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