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The Foundation for Art & Healing raises awareness of national health issues, most notably the loneliness epidemic. In particular, The Foundation promotes creative expression as a path for individuals and communities to improve health and wellbeing.
Recent & Notable Coverage
Raising awareness of urgent health issues and advocating for creative expression as a solution is critical to fulfilling The Foundation for Art & Healing’s mission. On this page, you’ll find recent media placements highlighting our efforts to create healthier, happier, and more connected communities through creative art expression.
More Press & Media Coverage
- Next Avenue – A Commitment to Films That Make You Think
- Well Said With Dr. Ira Nash – Loneliness and CVD
- Harvard Public Health – Experts Weigh in on Surgeon General’s Fight Against Loneliness
- Bellevue Literary Review – (Serious) Fun with the UnLonely Film Festival
- HealthyWomen – HealthyWomen Annual Event Speaker: Jeremy Nobel, M.D., M.P.H.
- Disastershock Reporter’s Notebook – Episode 4: Project UnLonely – The Foundation for Art & Healing
- Next Avenue – How to Be Less Lonely This Holiday Season
- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – Connecting with Color
- Boston Magazine – The Death of the Office Friendship
- Harvard Magazine – The Loneliness Pandemic
- Harvard Medical School Primary Care Review – The COVID-19 Pandemic: Now is the Time for Primary Care to Address Loneliness
- U.S. News & World Report – The Loneliness Effect
- The Boston Globe – Goodbye Loneliness. Hello, Happiness — A Prescription for Healthier Lives.
Our Founder and President, Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, is one of the country’s foremost experts on loneliness and the loneliness epidemic. To read more about his background, please read his below bio. For media requests or inquiries about Dr. Nobel, please contact us through the below button. In addition, our Board of Directors bring a broad range of perspectives and are terrific advocates and spokespeople for The Foundation for Art & Healing.
Dr. Jeremy Nobel’s New Book Offers a Bold Perspective to Heal the Personal and Public Health Crisis of Loneliness
NEW YORK, NY (May 22, 2023) – During the 25 years Dr. Jeremy Nobel has been teaching at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, most of the developed world has experienced loneliness as a relentlessly expanding public health calamity. Now in his new book, PROJECT UNLONELY: Healing Our Crisis of Disconnection, Dr. Nobel explores what it means to be lonely, what it means to be creative, and what it means to be connected – to be UnLonely.
Campus UnLonely Workshops in Action: Exploring Creative Solutions at The University of New England!
BIDDEFORD, ME (September 26, 2022) – University of New England students took part in a Colors & Connection workshop that used color and creative art-making to generate conversations around the issue of loneliness, and promote a sense of belonging. With their focus on resilience, building community, and encouraging conversations around often difficult topics, UNE’s priorities were well-supported by the foundational principles that shape Colors & Connection.
Tackling the Loneliness Epidemic on College Campuses: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health steps up!
BOSTON, MA (August 22nd, 2022) – The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH), one of the leading public health schools in the nation, is making loneliness a key theme in new student orientation. On August 22nd, the incoming class was offered Colors & Connection workshops that used color and creative art-making to generate conversations around the experience of coming to HSPH and the vision of their future there. 115 students participated in three 45-minute workshops.