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December 01, 2022
Life Sciences Illustration senior Cullen Williams-Freeman gains real-world experience and reignites his creativity thanks to a new University Hospitals fund established by CIA Board member
By Carlo Wolff
Art is a healing force for both Cullen Williams-Freeman ’23, a Life Sciences Illustration major at Cleveland Institute of Art, and Josie Anderson, a member of the CIA Board of Directors.
A fund that Anderson recently established provided a paid internship for Williams-Freeman, reconnected him to the pleasures of art and helped ground him as he grappled with his artistic identity.
For Anderson, art in the UH Seidman Cancer Center where she received immunotherapy for chronic lymphocytic leukemia was calming, and other art throughout the hospital’s campus was comforting.
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