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The Arts in Medicine Program received a gift from the Clayton Dabney Foundation, allowing children to participate in photography projects with professional photographers
April 19, 2007 – Texas Children’s Hospital
The Clayton Dabney Foundation for Children with Cancer has done it again! With a generous five-year gift from the foundation, the Texas Children’s Cancer Center’s Arts in Medicine program (AIM) will collaborate with Houston Center for Photography (HCP) to offer patients and their families the opportunity to create innovative photographs with the help of a professional photographer while they are at the hospital for treatment.
Once a week, a photographer will visit either the in-patient unit or outpatient clinic to assist patients with creating works of art using digital cameras and image processing equipment.
Examples of projects include: