CAMA Inc. has received a Collaboration of Design + Art, or CoD+A, merit healthcare award for its commission of a Gordon Gund sculpture for the Princeton HealthCare System Art for Healing Program.
CAMA commissioned this Gordon Gund sculpture for the Princeton HealthCare System Art for Healing Program at the Princeton Facility. Photo courtesy of Richard Titus.
The Art Commission, an online platform that connects artists who create site-specific commissions with design and art professionals, established the CoD+A Awards in 2013 to celebrate design projects that demonstrate the most successful integration of commissioned art into interior and architectural spaces.
The Art for Healing Program at Princeton HealthCare System creates an environment that enhances the well-being of patients, staff, physicians, volunteers and visitors. CAMA’s vision was to position Princeton HealthCare System at the forefront of the use of the arts in healthcare.
CAMA Inc. has designed healing arts programs for Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Hospital, Lankenau Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pa., El Paso Children’s Hospital in Texas and Marlborough Hospital in Massachusetts.