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Warren Westerberg Global Health and the Arts Prize

Warren Westerberg was a renowned potter and artist who also believed that promoting good health around westerbergthe world was of the utmost importance. In honor of Westerberg, the late spouse of Roseanne Waters, a founding Emory Global Health Institute staff member, EGHI began offering an annual prize in 2018 recognizing a member or members of the Emory community who have created an innovative work that bridges global health with visual art, writing, music, film/video, or other creative disciplines. The purpose of this prize is to recognize the effective use of art to inspire, initiate, or support action to address a global health challenge.

Submissions for the 2019 award will be accepted from August 12 - September 23. More information is available here. Please check the EGHI website for the submission form in August!

 
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