Lilly Oncology On CanvasSM
If you or someone you care for has heard the words, “You have cancer,” then you know firsthand that a cancer diagnosis can change lives.
In 2004, Lilly Oncology created Lilly Oncology On CanvasSM: Expressions of a Cancer Journey Art Competition and Exhibition to help people affected by cancer cope with the emotional side of the disease. The 2014 Oncology On Canvas competition marked the sixth competition and 10-year anniversary of the program. This biennial competition, presented in partnership with the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS), invites people from the United States and Puerto Rico diagnosed with any type of cancer—as well as their families, friends, caregivers and healthcare providers—to express, through art and narrative, the life-affirming changes that give their cancer journeys meaning.
The compelling art collection resulting from this competition provides insights into the wide range of emotions experienced by those touched by cancer. Artwork and narratives from the 2014 competition will be touring cancer centers, hospitals and patient advocacy events nationwide and throughout Puerto Rico in 2015 and 2016.
For further information about Lilly Oncology On Canvas, the 10th anniversary, 2014 winners, an exhibit schedule, and more, visit LillyOncologyOnCanvas.com, call 1-866-991-LOOC (5662) or e-mail email@example.com.
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Lilly Oncology On Canvas Hope Murals Project
Celebrating 10 Years of Oncology On Canvas
Lilly Oncology On Canvas is an Art Competition, co-presented by Lilly Oncology and the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS). The competition has inspired more than 4,100 people to share their cancer journeys through art and narrative since 2004.
In 2014, NCCS partnered with Lilly Oncology to create and install a Hope Mural in Washington, DC. The Hope Murals Project marks the 10th anniversary of the Lilly Oncology On Canvas Art Competition, which invites all residents of the United States and Puerto Rico who have been touched by cancer to express—through art and narrative—the life-affirming changes that give meaning to their cancer journeys.
Pictures from the 2014 Hope Mural Project event in Washington, DC.
Some photos courtesy of Lilly Oncology on Canvas.