Add your ‘voice’ to Stanford Hospital mosaic project

Thousands of drawings are being collected and will be assembled into a digital mosaic depicting the new hospital that will open in 2019.

Attendees of this year’s Health Matters create drawings in the “Voices of the Community” tent.
Michael Rubyan

The Stanford Medicine community and local residents are invited to participate in a digital mosaic project to celebrate the opening of the new Stanford Hospital in 2019.

Thousands of drawings are being collected through January for the “Voices of the Community” project and will be assembled into a digital mosaic that will depict the new hospital. 

Local families shared their creativity and excitement about the opening of the new hospital at a recent art collection event.
Michael Rubyan

Participants can also attend one of several collection events this fall, or sign up to host an interactive collection at their school, club or block party.

The next collection event on campus will be Oct. 14 at the Stanford Cantor Arts Center’s Second Sunday Family Program. The collection will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Those who aren’t able to attend the collection events can drop off their art submissions at the Stanford Health Library’s main branch in the Hoover Pavilion, at 211 Quarry Road in Palo Alto, during business hours. Artwork can also be submitted through the project’s website.



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