WHO WE ARE
Living Proof Exhibit provides the therapeutic benefits of the arts to people impacted by cancer
WHAT WE DO FOR YOU
Exhibitions of survivor artwork
Virtual museum tours with individuals in treatment centers
A VISUALIZATION OF HOPE
Living Proof Exhibit presents our 2021 exhibition at the
University of Dubuque’s Charles and Elizabeth Bisignano Art Gallery,
on display August 16 – September 28, 2021.
Create and Share Joy
Take a break from the world's worries and color a picture created from cancer survivor art. Color in honor or memory of a loved one touched by cancer and then share on our Facebook page.
Living Proof Exhibit's Response to COVID-19
In this time of uncertainty, Living Proof Exhibit continues to find creative ways to offer the therapeutic benefits of art to those impacted by cancer while embracing our core strengths of compassion, hope and community.
Executive Director Pamela Crouch shares how you and your loved ones can join us.
In the News
Living Proof featured on Living Local
Executive Director Pamela Crouch discusses Living Proof Exhibit and the healing power of the arts to help people touched by cancer find hope, support and healing.
The Figge and Living Proof Exhibit
are offering free virtual tours.
Tours are available to patients undergoing treatment at the Cancer Care Institute located in the Genesis Medical Center West Campus. Thanks to BeamPro technology, patients use a laptop to move Genie the Figge robot through the museum galleries to view on their screen what the robot sees at the Figge.
To find out more about Genie and virtual tours, call the Figge Art Museum at 563.326.7804.
WHAT'S UP WITH OUR ARTISTS?
My cancer journey has opened my eyes to appreciate life and all of its majestic beauty. I enjoy using the camera as a tool to help me focus on aspects of life that can often be overlooked. I see the beauty in all of God’s creation. When I look through the lens, my creative eye captures those very special moments in time. They say, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and “A picture is worth a thousand words.” I hope my photographs reflect just that.
Creativity and healing are inseparable in the lives of artists. Whether you are a cancer survivor or surviving the fear and anguish of the world’s ills, art can help you heal. Art just makes you feel better, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
My breast cancer journey began in 2000. I completed my treatment in the summer of 2001. Making wearable art has given me a way of expressing style. I get inspiration from art pieces, fashion and nature. I derive enjoyment from wearing my pieces and giving them to others.