We sat down with one of our teachers to discuss anything and everything Youth Art For Healing.
Walt Whitman High School students participated in a special Youth Art For Healing project for the Fisher House at Andrews Air Force Base. The students’ twenty beautiful paintings in memory of Matthew Papirmeister, cherished son of Jan and Chuck, and big brother to Sara, reflect the life of Matt and his family.
Rosa Parks Middle School students created twenty-five happy, animated marine themed ceiling tiles for the hallway in Holy Cross Hospital's Pediatric Center, to bring smiles and comfort to the young patients, their families and the pediatric staff.
Montgomery Blair High School students participated in two projects for MedStar Montgomery Medical Center. Students created vibrant ‘things that fly’ themed paintings for the Intermediate Care Unit, and color photographs and large paintings of nature scenes for the ICU Bridge Area. For the waiting area by an elevator connecting to Physicians’ Offices for Cardiology and Maternal Newborn, students created a beautiful large painting and black & white photographs of inter-generational images.
Neelsville Middle School students created vibrant and whimsical marine themed ceiling tiles and paintings for the Pediatric Emergency Department in MedStar Montgomery Medical Center.
Students from Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering High School participated in a Youth Art For Healing project for the National Rehabilitation Hospital. The students created 22 beautiful paintings of nature scenes that will soon be installed in patients’ rooms.
Northwest High School students are busy creating colorful and uplifting paintings, ceiling tiles and mobiles for the Infusion Center at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center.
Woodrow Wilson High School students engaged in creating their colorful and uplifting paintings for the National Rehabilitation Hospital.