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The Collaborators

Mary Anne Bartley

Mary Anne Bartley, d. 2009. At the time of this exhibit, she was Artist-in-Residence at Villanova University, and WHYY of Greater Philadelphia, and Artist/instructor at Drexel University's College of Medicine and College of Nursing. She was the founding Vice-Chair of the Section on Medicine and the Arts of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.


Emanuel E. Garcia, MD, is a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of the creative and performing artist. Recent publications include psychological investigations of Gustav Mahler, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Alexander Scriabin.

Emanuel E. Garcia, MD

Bruce Lackie, PhD, is a psychotherapist at The Black Rock Center for Psychotrauma in Narberth, PA. His full response to the Aerobics of the Spirit exhibit is available.

Image 29:  Trilogy:  Mind ~ Body ~ Spirit

Image 29:
Trilogy: Mind ~ Body ~ Spirit
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Homage:  A Heart for Ann
Homage: A Heart for Ann
Additional Credits:
  • Exhibit artwork was photographed by David Super, Thomas Jefferson University's Medical Media Services staff.
  • "Homage to John Y. Templeton, III, MD" was read by Elizabeth R. Warner, AISR staff.
  • "Portraiture" was read by Ronald Swegman, AISR staff.
  • "Wounded Child" was read by Emanuel E. Garcia, MD.
  • The online exhibit was assembled by Ann Koopman, AISR staff.
  • The original exhibit was arranged by Pejman Makarechi and David Super, Medical Media Services staff.
  • The original exhibit was hung by Medical Media Services staff and Jefferson Facilities Services staff.
  • The historical photograph of Dr. Templeton was provided by University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian F. Michael Angelo.
  • Medical Media Services and AISR staff worked under the direction of Edward Tawyea, University Librarian and Director of Academic & Instructional Support & Resources, and general impresario.
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