Department of Art Professor presents artwork in Washington, DC

August 15th, 2013 Comments Off on Department of Art Professor presents artwork in Washington, DC

Professor Brent Funderburk, second from right, presented art to the collection of The Washington Home and Community Hospices in Washington, D.C.

Pictured (left to right): Nia Longwood, IPU clinical manager; Timothy Cox, CEO; Professor Brent Funderburk; and Laurie Beckman Singh, director of outreach and Education.

Brent Funderburk, professor and fine arts thesis coordinator in the Department of Art, traveled to Washington, D.C., in June 2013 to make a presentation of artwork, “November,” that will be included in the art collection at The Washington Home and Community Hospices (TWHCH).

The Washington Home, located in Northwest Washington, D.C., is part of the Washington Home and Community Hospices organization, which provides long-term residential, rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s and hospice care to residents of the metropolitan area. One of the oldest such organizations and one of the first patient hospice units in the U.S., the TWHCH is a national model for visionary home and hospice care since 1888, serving the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland.

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