GlobalMed and Kenyan U-Tena: How Art Addresses Health
In April 2015, GlobalMed teamed up with Kenyan U-Tena to hold the "Intersction of Art, Health and Social Justice." The event focused on art as a means to understand health concerns.
All attendees were encouraged to participate in a wide range of activites from molding wired figures to poetry and dance. This was the first time U-Tena performed at Brown.
Read more about this story from The Brown Daily Herald article at http://www.browndailyherald.com/2015/04/03/groups-take-creative-approach-to-exploring-health/
Learn more about the event from the Brown GlobalMed Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.811243642263647.1073741841.225504917504192&type=1