What does healing look like to you? What is a change you would like to see in the world? Share your answers via artwork and messages.
Everyone is welcome to participate!
The Interactive Healing Arts Project (HAP) is a collaborative initiative that explores local and global art as a medium for healing, in the community and in the classroom. While the artwork and reflections are shared online to ensure widespread accessibility, HAP was also imagined as a treasure hunt for 'healing' artworks that would be displayed in the windows of participating businesses in Davis' downtown district, and in any participating neighborhood.
While visiting this website, we kindly invite you to slow down, and to take the time to reflect on the artwork and the messages from community members and students of all ages. Thank you for being here.
What is a change you’d like to see in the world right now?
A change I’d like to see? Money based on love. - David A.
Congratulations, Simon Santos: Nominated for Best Student Director, Best Student Short, & Best Supporting Actress (Michelle DeMoss) at Indie Short Fest!
Synopsis: Eli aspires for a big film studio internship. Faced with floods of rejections, he questions his self-worth, and what "success" really means.
Simon Santos is a Filipino-American actor, filmmaker, and UC Davis graduate. Read his full biography below, in the team members' section.
*community participation* indicates contribution from the (local and at-large) community, to differentiate from professional artists.
Gouache on cold press paper
Cecilia Lopez is a UC Davis 2017 graduate, and an artist based San Fernando Valley, CA.
She mainly works with watercolor and gouache, and likes to create work that is personal and that reminds her of home and community. The ocean and the mountains help her feel grounded and at home. After losing her father, these two elements help her feel at home and bring her peace in difficult times.