Testimonials & Endorsements FIRST Public Art Exhibit Arachnoiditis Survivor: A Portrait of Resilience Against Patient Harm In AmericaEmpowerment Project Website for Arachnoiditis SurvivorsArachnoiditis In Real Life
Digital Photography Series The BookAbout ArachnoiditisArt For Arachnoiditis Project Update 
March 23,2015Update, Ask, and Call For Entries Dec 8thDetails For SponsorsFull Project SummaryProject Budget Page 1With Much GratitudeMy Healing Art (2008-2012)
About Living With ArachnoiditisCommunity Expansion of 
Art for Arachnoiditis (2013)About Square Time
Art for Arachnoiditis (2014)
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Support The Book Still Standing, Sometimes
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or by mail to: Art For Arachnoiditis Project c/o Sheila L. Kalkbrenner SheilaLynnK Art Studio 345 South Main Street, Wellsville, NY 14895.

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A fiscally sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the Arts, This Art, Adaptability and Empowerment Project about Living With Arachnoiditis is a Charitable Project Hosted by SheilaLynnK Art Studio It Is a portrait of: Arachnoiditis Survival, its origins, the humanity living it, and the power to change it. About Arachnoiditis

The Art For Arachnoiditis project is intended to send an empowering message for change to: arachnoidtis survivors & their support networks, persons living with chronic pain, administrative bodies governing medical policies resulting in adverse outcomes, professionals teaching/administering healing through art, employers who must accommodate arachnoiditis in the work place, and other artists with disabilities.

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Survivor Entries Received by February 15, 2015 will be shown in the First Exhibit.

find healing and coping tools at the Empowerment Project Website, Art For

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