Voices in Humanism Project

In April 2020, Voices in Humanism, a collaborative effort between the Medical Heritage Center and the Gold Humanism Honor Society’s Resident Chapter, began. Voices seeks to collect and preserve artwork created by students, residents, faculty, staff, alumni and all members of our health care family at the Ohio State University. We believe that, through the arts, we tell the story of this time as we all struggle to understand the impacts the pandemic has on our patients, their families, our community and our beloved profession. We hope to honor these artistic creations today and for the future.

Now on exhibit in the Medical Heritage Center: Our new exhibit, installed in the Medical Heritage Center, entitled, "Seeds of Change: The Power of Women's Voices."

Voices in Humanism artwork

We have collected sixty works of art from forty-five artists. These thought-provoking and sometimes light-hearted works are currently being shared on the MHC Blog.

  • To find out more about this project or to submit your own original work(s), please contact the MHC Collections Curator.


The Whimsical World of Wilbur