Dell Seton Medical Center at U-T engages over 4,000 people across the
region, celebrating the opening of its new innovative teaching hospital.

Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas partnered with Project S.N.A.P. on a large scale community engagement program that resulted in a 7′ x 14′ mosaic mural permanently displayed in the main lobby of the new Dell Seton Medical Center at U-T teaching hospital.

Over 4,000 patients, families, employees, students in local schools, and community members helped to create the giant mosaic mural which came to life thanks in large part to a generous gift from H-E-B, Northern Trust, and Emmis Austin Radio.

The individual artworks in the mosaic reflect the theme “Picture a Healthy Community” and were used to create the mosaic mural which depicts families engaged in a healthy Austin lifestyle.  Every person who created an artwork can find their artwork and exact location in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum.

Members of the community who made a gift to the Dell Seton Future of Care Campaign were also given a unique recognition opportunity on a tile in the mosaic mural.

The Project S.N.A.P. program gave us a medium for people to engage with their own ideas about healthcare and for us to share what we're doing to support their healthcare in the community.

Donors and artwork contributors can find their tile online in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum.  Dell Seton Medical Center at U-T is grateful to those who generously supported this Community Mosaic Mural Program and to all who contributed artworks