Opening Reception for Art Exhibition- The Art of Injury Prevention and Athletic Training
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Date: March 10, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Clearwater Artist Studios
223 Crowell Drive NW
Contact: Kevin King
The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association in conjunction with Clearwater Artist Studios is pleased to present The Art of Injury Prevention and Athletic Training, an Athletic Training and Sports Medicine photographic and illustrated art exhibition displayed at Clearwater Artist Studios in Concord, North Carolina with an opening reception Sunday, March 10th, 2019 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM. The event is free and open to the public; on hand, will be the ballerina featured in the photos and the photographer. Regional athletes especially are invited to attend.
Clearwater Artist Studios, in partnership with the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’
Association, will open this exhibit of a series of art photographs, commissioned to draw attention to approaches for best practices in preventing sudden death and catastrophic injury in athletics in North Carolina.The idea is to utilize art for a series of educational posters to achieve this goal.
The exhibit will be open to the public, and will celebrate March as National Athletic Training Month. The photography will be on view from Feb. 25 through March 29, 2019 at ClearWater Artist Studios in the Community Room/ Second Gallery.
The exhibit will focus on three areas:
1. Information, to help the public recognize best practice for preventing death and
catastrophic sports injuries.
2. Education, to create awareness regarding the lack of medical coverage in some secondary
schools in North Carolina and introduce the field of athletic training.
3. Promotion, of health and safety measures for student-athletes.
The Clearwater Artist Studios and the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association welcome
everyone to see this exhibit and to contact the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association at
ncathletictrainer.org for information about a prevention of sudden death and catastrophic injury.
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