Allina's Owatonna Hospital kicks off round two of installation

As part of the opening reception for the second installment healing art program, the hospital hosted a reception with all the artists present. Above, two artists discuss the computer generated art of Craig Challgren.

[Owatonna People's Press, March 23, 2010] Art and healing go hand-in-hand. That is what the research shows, and that is what moved Owatonna Hospital to start its Healing Arts Program. The effort, done in cooperation with the Owatonna Arts Center, brings in art works from local and regional artists. Its second installment officially started Tuesday. “Healing is more than medicine and technology. It’s the environment people are in,” said Debra Brase, communications manager for Owatonna Hospital. Read the full story at

Posted on March 24, 2010 in newspapersOwatonna HospitalOwatonna People's Press

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