Art and Medicine: Researching Handicrafts from Canada's TB Hospitals

From 1940s -1970s, Northern Inuit, First Nations, and Metis tuberculous patients were sent to hospitals in southern Canada where many participated in occupational therapy programs, producing carvings, paintings, beadwork, and sewn goods. Lunch with us and learn about new research into the ways these objects linked the worlds of art and medicine together. Thursday 26 November, 12:30pm Tory 2-58

23 November 2015