Celebrating the Creativity of the Brain Tumor Community
The purpose of our annual exhibition is to give the brain tumor survivor community an opportunity to showcase their work and share their stories, while raising awareness and much-needed funds for critical programs that improve the lives of all those affected by brain tumors.
The Art of Surviving, led by the Raymond A. Wood Foundation, is an online art competition held in May to celebrate Brain Tumor Awareness Month and recognize the creativity of the brain tumor survivor community. Many brain tumor survivors use art as a way to cope with the challenges that come with treatment, a means to calm and focus on a healing brain, and an opportunity to express their experiences.
Art of Surviving Categories
- Drawing, Painting, Printmaking
- Photography, Digital Art
- 2-D & 3-D Art
- Jewelry & Textiles
- Creative Writing
- Performance Art
Moby, along with mom Stephanie, shows of his work: Super Maryam Saves the Day
2023 Art of Surviving Winners
WIll Mumford, Handbuilt Ceramic Vases
JEWELRY & TEXTILES
People’s Choice Award
Support Our Work
The Raymond A. Wood Foundation advocates for survivors and caregivers faced with challenges after brain tumor treatment. A donation — big or small — helps us do this important work.