In the News

Cedars-Sinai's commitment to therapeutic art and its extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and photographs have been recognized worldwide. See a sample of the media coverage of this "array of dazzling art," as CBS News called it.


CBS News: The Healing Arts

CBS News correspondent Bill Whitaker talks to Cedars-Sinai curator John T. Lange, sculptor Woods Davy, art critic Hunter Drohojowska-Philp and donors Leonard and Susan Nimoy about Los Angeles's best "little secret" that's hiding in plain sight.


HuffPost: A Healing Light

HuffPost discusses the therapeutic power of art for both patients and the medical staff with Cedars-Sinai's curator John T. Lange, RxArt's Diane Brown and psychotherapist (and former patient) Jes Sofia Valle.


WeHoville: Art at a Stone's Throw from WeHo

Nine dramatic sculptures are available for viewing by anyone who wants to take a stroll from West Hollywood through the Cedars-Sinai campus.


Jewish Journal: Exodus at Cedars-Sinai

The two red granite tablets engraved with the 10 Commandments that were a prop in Cecile B. DeMille's 1956 epic of the same name have a surprising home: Cedars-Sinai.


Art and Living Magazine: A Museum-like Environment

Art and Living magazine explores Cedars-Sinai's tradition of innovation when it comes to patient treatment and delves into the story behind the medical center's extraordinary art collection.


Catalyst Magazine: Share & Care

A community-based program, Share & Care helps Los Angeles-area children and teens explore personal trauma through creative art exercises. On pages 8 and 9, Cedars-Sinai's own digital magazine Catalyst explores the outreach effort.