Exhibitions

Not Finished Yet, Clapham – 15 September 2016

An exhibition of work by the Royal Trinity Hospice art therapy group. 

The evening also offers a chance to meet the artists and learn about how art therapy is used at the hospice.

Thursday 15 September 2016

6.00pm to 8.30pm

Royal Trinity Hospice, 30 Clapham Common North Side, London, SW4 0RN

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The Art of Caring, St Pancras – until 6 October 2016

A collaboration between Kingston University, The Arts Project and Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust in response to International Nurses Day. Exhibitors include over 30 nurses, patients, and self-taught and professional artists.

22 July to 6 October 2016

Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. Free admission.

The Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 OPE

For more information contact Peter Herbert, Creative Director & Curator Manager or Elaine Harper-Gay, Operations Manager

Island Collaborations, Chelsea – from 26 September 2016

Kate Hughes’ exhibition explores the lives of cystic fibrosis patients, and how cross-infection rules affect their experiences.
 
Island Collaborations will be exhibited from September 26th to October 3rd at Chelsea Old Town Hall gallery:
Chelsea Old Town Hall, 1st Floor
Kings Road, London SW3 5EE
And at Royal Brompton Foulis Ward, Fulham Wing and Sydney Street Coffee Shop in October, followed by the Re-Beat Gallery in Harefield.
 
The project was made possible with funding from Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

A Brother’s Progress, Kentish Town – until 26 August 2016

An exhibition of works created during Catherine Chambers’ current artist residency at Freespace Gallery.

Influenced by the artist's time spent living with the local community of Lalibela in Ethiopia, A Brother's Progress echoes William Hogarth's Rake's Progress telling of fluctuating opportunities with consequent success and some unexpected outcomes.

The exhibition includes drawings, stained glass and other media with references to local traditional Ethiopian religious artworks

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Our Working Lives – 21 July-7 Sept 2016

The latest Arts and Heritage Exhibition at University College Hospital, by photographer in residence Graeme Weston.

Private View: 6.00pm—7.30pm Thursday 21 July 2016

Exhibition dates: 22 July—7 September 2016

The Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU

The Homeless Library, Southbank Centre - 9 July to 18 September

Homeless people in Greater Manchester have created a first-person history of British homelessness, which is on display in The Poetry Library and is presented as part of Southbank Centre's Festival of Love from 9 July to 18 September.

Devised by arts organisation arthur+martha, The Homeless Library offers insight into the lives of people experiencing homelessness through individual testimonies, poetry and art written in handmade books.

The Art of Healing - 28 & 29 July 2016

A unique exhibition of artworks by NHS healthcare professionals on the theme "the Art of Healing" will be open to the public on 28 and 29 July 2016 in St Thomas's Hospital Central Hall.

Two evening events will accompany this exciting exhibition with a silent auction of art and live music. The exhibition will be raising money for the charity "Lifebox" which promotes safer surgery and anaesthesia around the world.

http://theartofhealing1.wix.com/theartofhealing

DARE - 5 May-22 May 2016

The Discover Art in Recovery Exhibition (DARE) is a showcase of art work created by more than 30 people who use NHS Mental Health Services in Barnet.

This is the second such exhibition. People who took part in the last exhibition emphasised the benefits of being involved in the project, which allowed for recognition of their talents as artists, rather than their experience of mental health difficulties.

Venue: The Arts Depot, Nether Street, North Finchley, London, N12 0GA

1st Floor, Exhibition Wall

Micro-Macro at Bethlem Gallery – 30 March-30 April 2016

An exhibition of artworks by Pat Mear exploring the grandeur and the minutiae of the natural world.

Pat’s work ranges from large-scale canvases to intimate ink drawings, and intuitively explores her interests in both the grandeur and the minutia of the natural world. Her canvases express her love of nature and are frequently balanced with undertones of environmental concerns that hang over our planet and natural resources. “All the world’s a pattern, break it and be crowned or crucified” – Pat Mear.

Opening 26 March, 3 - 5pm

Under the Microscope exhibition, Great Ormond St Hospital - until 19 March 2016

Under the Microscope, an exhibition by artist Sofie Layton, is now on at GOSH. The exhibition is a culmination of a yearlong GO Create! project and includes a range of multi-disciplinary work made in conversation with the cardiovascular imaging team, young people and their parents. The exhibition includes a sensory installation which explores the intricacies of the immune system and the reality of a patient undergoing gene therapy.

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