Creative Corner: Raising Awareness of Cluster Through Arte Cluster
Arte Cluster is a project founded to raise awareness of cluster headache through art. Arte Cluster Project is an independent project founded and managed by Claudio Geraci, a chronic sufferer, and Francisca Mesa, a supporter.
Based in Germany, artists from around the globe support the project with their art, some with cluster and others without. The group was created as an open community, to represent the whole network of people who want to improve the condition of patients with this horrible disease. Video, picture, poetry & music are all highlighted by Arte Cluster.
The video below shows a time-lapse video of a water-color made by Agnes-Cecile, called “The Pain of Cluster Headache.”
Thank you to Arte Cluster and their artists for allowing us to display some of their artists on Golden Graine. More art from this amazing group will be highlighted in the coming months.
To learn more about Arte Cluster, visit: www.alcecluster.cefalea.it
To shop for some of the available artwork, visit: www.society6.com/search/prints?q=artecluster
If you have art in any form that you would like showcased on Golden Graine, please send a message via the Contact page.
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