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The Arts, the Humanities, and Healthcare: A One-Day Workshop will take place Saturday, September 12 from 10:00am-4:00pm at the Sawtooth School for Visual Art

Instructors: Aimee Mepham and Joyce Teta

Admission: $80 ($40 with available scholarships). Bring your lunch! Pay by Credit/Debit card on the day of the workshop. To reserve a space, visit The Humanities Institute at Wake Forest University.

This one-day workshop will provide an opportunity for healthcare students, faculty, and professionals to engage with the concepts of narrative medicine and arts and medicine through discussion and practice.

Aimee Mepham holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Washington University in St. Louis. She has taught creative writing workshops at Indiana University, Washington University in St. Louis, Salem College, and Wake Forest University. Her work has appeared in River Styx, Opium Magazine, and Pinball Magazine and has been performed by Liars’ League NYC. She is the Program Coordinator for the Humanities Institute at Wake Forest University and has completed the Workshop in Narrative Medicine program at Columbia University.

Joyce Teta founded Calligraphy Centre in 1984 in the Triad and is well-known for her enthusiastic teaching. She is a calligrapher and book artist who has exhibited throughout the Southeast as well as a teacher who encourages many with her generous open studio approach as well as regularly scheduled workshops. She been a part of the Sawtooth School faculty for over 20 years. She also founded the renowned Calligraphy Retreats at Cheerio in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Joyce was Winston-Salem’s Artist of the Year in 1996. In 2012, she had solo exhibitions at the Milton Rhodes Gallery and InterSection Gallery.

Questions? Contact Aimee Mepham at or 336-758-4028.

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