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“May the waiting we all do slow us down in ways that help us notice the hands that are holding us.”

Michael Bischoff and Jennifer Larson are exploring what healing looks like as their family experiences an adventure with brain cancer. Jennifer’s photography and Michael’s writing are paired as they reflect on love, fear, community and beauty in the healing journey.

 

You’re invited

Telling Stories from a Healing Journey

An exhibition of photography by Jennifer Larson
and related stories by Michael Bischoff

Opening reception: Aug. 12, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Display: Aug. 13 – Sept. 30, weekdays, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.


The exhibit:
How does creative expression help you be more present to what is happening in your health and healing? Michael Bischoff and Jennifer Larson are exploring what healing looks like as their family experiences an adventure with brain cancer. Jennifer’s photography and Michael’s writing are paired as they reflect on love, fear, community and beauty in the healing journey.

The artists:
Michael Bischoff has facilitated collaboration in Minnesota to build just and sustainable communities for the past 22 years. He is currently experimenting with ways of contributing to community well-being as a brain cancer patient.

Jennifer Larson is a photographer and graphic designer, who works mostly with nonprofits. She is drawn to photographing everyday life, even when that includes brain cancer. Jennifer and Michael live in Minneapolis with their two kids.

Location: Penny George Institute for Health and Healing – Abbott Northwestern Hospital, 2833 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55407 (at the corner of 28th Street and Chicago Avenue)

Cost: Complimentary.

The displays are part of the Penny George Institute’s Art of Healing Program, which provides arts-based wellness intervention and education, and supports a healing environment. For more information, call 612-863-9028.