Healing Art Galleries & Exhibits

Healing Art Galleries & Exhibits

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Ethel E. Walshe Employee Art Gallery

Named in memory of an employee whose career spanned over 60 years with Roanoke Memorial Hospital and Carilion, the gallery exhibits art created by Carilion Clinic employees. The gallery is located in the 6th floor auditorium.

Food is Art Gallery

Located near the cafeteria at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, this gallery exhibits art with food as the subject or medium. A partnership with the art programs of Roanoke City and Roanoke County Schools provide a quarterly rotation of art created by local students.

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

The Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

An art gallery with the Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program offers a variety of experiences for patients, visitors and staff.

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

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This year-end post is written by the many people-visitors, employees and patients.-who write a note at my table in the lobby. I honor the notes, and the people who write them, by placing them into an altered book of notes that I am creating.

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Sometimes, when I visit different floors in the hospital, it seems like it is a no-patient-day; people being released, mothers-to-be in long term labor and delivery aren’t feeling too well and children in Pediatric Oncology and Hematology are sleeping. This is an invitation to return to my table in the lobby and to the notes that visitors and employees continue to leave in my clay boat: small, white pieces of paper penciled with notes of hope, trust, longing and despair.