Hank Hancock draws strategic connections among public art, healing art, and public health through practical engagement in the fields of medicine, design, and fine art. He is a writer, teacher, researcher, and thinker, challenging practitioners and decision-makers with insights from across disciplines

Some earlier work by Hank

”Evidence-based Design Informs the Art Program at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.” with Sarajane Eisen. Healthcare Design Magazine Nov. 2012. 100-108. LINK. CLIPPING (pdf). 1900 words.

“St. Joe Brick: The Architectural Iconography of Houston Begins in a Louisiana Clay Pit.” Cite Magazine Winter 2011. 34-38. LINK. CLIPPING (pdf). 3800 words.