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.


David Hockney

Cedars-Sinai Newsroom: David Hockney Featured in Art Collection

The extensive therapeutic-art collection at Cedars-Sinai is graced with multiple works by British artist David Hockney. Several of Hockney’s etchings, including “My Pool and Terrace," features iconic Southern California scenes.


CBS News correspondent Bill Whitaker talks to Cedars-Sinai curator John T. Lange

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 discusses the therapeutic power of art for both patients and the medical staff

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.


Moses statue on Cedars-Sinai Medical Center campus

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.