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Flames of LibertyAtelier at Thomas Jefferson University

Centered within the cradle of American Independence, scant blocks from the Liberty Bell, Jefferson Medical College has a rich history spanning 180 years. Jefferson has awarded more than 26,000 medical degrees and has more living graduates than any other medical school in the United States.

Ready to Fly Kites!
Artist Mary Anne Bartley
prepares to hang kites.
Kites on DisplayThis exhibit was designed to highlight the important role that the arts and humanities play in medical education. The original exhibit traversed the university campus, culminating in a flotilla of healing kites hung in Jefferson Alumni Hall. The installation was designed to engage students and faculty in a continuous dialogue, exploring the value of the visual arts, poetry, literature and music.
 
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