Sometimes our most challenging moments are the times that create the biggest spark. For Megan Hildebrandt, one of those chapters of her life was while she was earning her Masters Degree in Studio Art at the University of South Florida and was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
This experience completely changed the way she views art, community, and remaining present.
In this episode, Megan dives into how her art transformed during her cancer treatment and how, now that she is in remission, she finds more and more ways to bring art students to communities in need of healing, inspiration, and consistency.
This episode was part of the Art Class Curator before we rebranded to Art and Self.
This episode was published before we moved to artandself.com. Show highlights are available at https://artclasscurator.com/aesthetics-of-health/.