Lifelong Learning for a Brighter World

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The Art of Seeing™

Perception and Resilience through Visual Art

Learn to see. See to learn.

Instructors

 

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Joyce Zazulak, MSc, MD, CCFP, FCFP

Dr. Joyce Zazulak serves as Associate Professor at the Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University and practices medicine at the McMaster Family Practice in Hamilton, Ontario. Her academic areas of interest include patient-centred care, narrative medicine, and health humanities. She is particularly interested in art and visual literacy training for health care professionals. Collaborating with the McMaster Museum of Art, Dr. Zazulak has developed a visual literacy program for family medicine residents, called The Art of Seeing™. 

 

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Nicole Knibb, Hons. BA, Art History, MDes, Strategic Foresight and Innovation (in progress) 

Currently serving as the Senior Education Officer at the McMaster Museum of Art, Nicole Knibb designs education programs that provide visual art and art gallery experiences to complement academic, personal, and professional learning. She is responsible for developing innovative programs for McMaster University’s academic community, most notably The Art of Seeing™ art-based visual literacy course in partnership with the Department of Family Medicine. ?She has been bringing art to people and people to art for almost two decades as an art gallery educator.