Thank you for taking time to share your reaction and comments to this exhibit.  We are grateful for an opportunity to share the stories of those impacted by cancer through art. Local artists have donated their time, talent and their own resources spending many hours creating a visual expression of a person’s story and experience with radiation therapy. We are thankful to them, the brave participants who shared their stories, and to the Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Department for providing a venue to showcase this work.

This exhibit is on display in the radiation oncology department hallway at the Cancer Clinic in Phoenix and three more are in the display case at the Scottsdale Mayo Clinic location next to the Patient Library.

If you would like to learn more about Cancer Support Community Arizona’s free psychosocial support program to anyone impacted by cancer, please visit www.cscaz.org or contact Joy Kockerbeck, Expressive Arts Co-Ordinator at jkockerbeck@cscaz.org.

Due to COVID-19 this exhibit is currently open only to Mayo Patients and Staff. Please check back for updates on viewing in person if conditions change.

Note, this exhibit will move to The West Valley Arts Council Gallery in Surprise, Arizona, opening on June 11, 2021.

For more information about each mask and to read the artist’s statement, please click on the photos of the masks.

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