Sand Lake Imaging Cares – Creativity Month

Sand Lake Imaging (SLI) is proud to announce the launch of its 2018 Central Florida Community and National Health Awareness Campaign, “Sand Lake Imaging CARES,” (#SLICARES).

The interactive art installations will kick off for International Creativity Month at SLI on January 15, and the full campaign will run each month through the end of 2018. Read our press release here.

Kicking off the project, Sand Lake Imaging has unveiled “The Waiting Room Project” where guests will enjoy hand-painted murals by James Oleson and interactive artworks designed by psychologist Linda Brant. The collection of three immersive art installation experiences: “A Universe Within,” “Butterfly Effects: The Power of Small Things,” and the “Window of Imagination” are housed exclusively in the Orlando location, and provide guests with a variety of interactive opportunities to engage and to learn more about the human body, and how our experiences impact our lives.

International Creativity Month is annually held in January.

Dance is the mother of all languages. – R. G. Collingwood

International Creativity Month was created by Randall Munson, a professional speaker and presenter who is known for using humor, magic tricks and creativity in his presentations to businesses around the world, including Disney World, Microsoft, and IBM.

By being held in January, International Creativity Month gives an opportunity to take a fresh approach to problem-solving and reaffirm confidence in our creative capabilities. It’s meant to remind individuals and businesses around the world to capitalize on the power of creativity.

The purpose of the observance was to give us more time to actually spend on our goals and resolutions. To put more thought and effort into finding creative ways to re-energize ourselves and those around us, whether it be at work or at home with your family. – Out of Our Minds to Yours

For many cancer patients, Art therapy is an expressive therapy that has many benefits for a patient’s health. “As with most any therapy, art as therapy is generally used as a treatment for something – usually as a way to improve one’s emotional state or mental well-being… It can be used to relieve stress or tension, or it can be used as a mode of self-discovery.” – Art Therapy

Join Sand Lake Imaging in our effort to promote healthy lifestyles by sharing your story with us and tell us how you’ve used art therapy to reduce stress. Follow us on Facebook and answer our questions for your chance to win $100 donated to the charity of your choice.