Bruce and Mary Leep Art Gallery
Opened in 2007, the Bruce and Mary Leep Art Gallery showcases local, regional or national artists using a wide range of techniques, subjects and themes that reflect our community, and are representative of talented artists from amateur to professional. A different artist or group of artists is featured each quarter of the year. Some of our past artists have included ArtPrize 2010 grand prize winner Chris LaPorte, John August Swanson serigraphs from the Richard and Helen DeVos collection, and Michigan photographers Brad and Todd Reed.
The gallery purpose is to display art that supports the mission of Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, expand visual literacy through a variety of art displays and provide patients, residents, staff and visitors opportunities for spiritual growth through viewing different visual expressions of faith.
The Leep Art Gallery is free and open to the public.
Monday through Friday, except holidays.
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Pine Rest Postma Center
300 68th St., SE Grand Rapids, MI 49548
Pine Rest will offer online Implicit Bias Training for healthcare professionals at two different dates this July, during BIPOC Mental Health Month: Tuesday, July 12, Noon – 1:00 PM Thursday, July 21, Noon – 1:00 PM The virtual training sessions, led by Diana Ro, PsyD, will provide a foundational understanding of implicit biases, its impact on healthcare, barriers it may cause in providing equitable care, and strategies providers...
July is BIPOC Mental Health Month! To help elevate and bring recognition to the unique mental health struggles faced by Black, Indigenous, people of color and other underrepresented groups in the U.S., Elizza LeJeune, LMSW, will be talking about a variety of BIPOC topics every week for eightwest’s DAILY 2 program on WOODTV8. Elizza is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at the Pine Rest Northwest Clinic, where she works with children,...
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