Mural Arts Salon Join Mural Arts Salon to discuss addressing trauma through art ShareFacbookTwitterEmail Healing Begins Through Connection (detail) by SWOON. Photo by Steve Weinik. A Mural Arts Salon to discuss addressing trauma through art *This event is at capacity, and tickets are no longer available. Will you join the conversation? Our next Salon will feature a discussion about Philadelphia’s most pressing health challenges and opportunities, including efforts to address trauma and approaches to navigating a growing opioid crisis. We’ll also discuss the role art can play in building resilience and fostering wellness. Special guests and experts in the field will contribute to the conversation, including: Dr. Sandra L. Bloom, Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy, Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice at Drexel University Dornsife School for Public Health; Laure Biron, Director of Mural Arts’ Porch Light Program; a representative from the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services; and a Porch Light artist. This thoughtful, intimate conversation will be hosted by Mural Arts Board member Susan Sherman. Limited to 20 guests, we’ll gather around a shared table over food prepared by Catering by Design. WHEN Thursday, February 28, 2019 6 – 8:30 p.m. WHERE Independence Foundation 200 South Broad Street, Suite 1101 *This event is at capacity, and tickets are no longer available. Mural Arts Salons offer an inside look at Philadelphia’s most important issues and the role art can play in igniting change. The participation of our special guests is sponsored by Glenmede.