Art of Hope welcomes all who have lost a loved one and are seeking a space for reflection and support. This program will be held in front of a sculpture by Randolph Rogers, so that participants can explore their own memories and hopes for the future through a work of art. Hunter staff and bereavement counselor Cathy Meyer of Avalon Hospice will guide participants, and the program will be held in a safe, secluded space.
This program is free and open to anyone seeking a space for reflection while grieving.
[image - Randolph Rogers (1825-1892), Ruth Gleaning, 1851, White Marble, Museum Purchase, ACC #2011.6]