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Center for Arts in Medicine

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Samuel Proctor Oral History Program

In addition to the work that Jeffrey Pufahl does with the UF Center for Arts in Medicine, he is currently a Creative Scholar-in-Residence with the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program as part of the UF Creative Campus Initiative. This residency aims to create long-term partnerships between the UF Center for Arts in Medicine, the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, the Center for Women’s Studies, and the Harn Museum. Jeffrey’s residency explores the interconnectivity between oral history, the arts and humanities, and social issues on local, national, and global levels with the purpose of engaging students and public in meaningful dialogue around selected themes. He is currently working on an original production for Fall 2017 that will be derived from interviews collected by students who attended the 2017 Women’s March and perform it as part of the Harn exhibit “Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment.” In the Spring of 2018, Jeffrey will collaborate with The Actors’ Warehouse to create an original site specific performance in tandem with the Harn exhibit: “History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence.”

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