Hospitals

The Value of Meaningful Activity

Hospital Activities Programme, January – March 2019

Working Together

Hospital Arts Programme Sep - Dec 2018

Hospital Activities Programme, Oct – Dec 2018

Talking, Listening and Learning

Hospital Activities Programme, July – September 2018

Hospital Open Show 2018

Call for submissions

Mark Making

 

 

A Year Out – exhibition by Jenny Richards

Look out for Artlink’s next exhibition in the Pelican Gallery at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh – A Year Out, by Jenny Richardson. The exhibition presents a series of paintings Jenny made in her sixties, drawn from memories of a year she spent away from her family in a hospital for polio affected children in…

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Grounds for Change

Making positive changes within hospitals and their grounds.

A Week On Ward 72

There is new exhibition of drawings by Mark Kirkham – ‘The Edinburgh Sketcher’- at the Western General Gallery, documenting a week he spent on Ward 72 at the Royal Victoria Building. Mark is an illustrator based in Edinburgh who produces an almost daily sketch blog of life in and around Scotland’s beautiful capital; an online…

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In Conversation with Nicola White

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Award-winning writer Nicola White – In The Rosary Garden, will be in conversation with Philippa Cochrane, Head of Reader Development, Scottish Book Trust at Morningside Library, 184 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, EH10 4PU on the 18th February from 6pm–7pm.

As part of Ever, Present, Past, a year long programme commemorating 200 years of The Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Artlink commissioned writer Nicola White to explore the history of the REH, meet with staff and patients and create a fiction based on the hidden stories she uncovered. In the resulting work, a mysterious presence lurks among the corridors of Craig House, a woman walks into the sea and a baby is cared for by strangers. Based on real life stories, it offers a glimpse of the stigma of mental ill health over the centuries.

Nicola and Philippa will discuss the personal memories and documents that she drew on for the publication, the boundaries between fiction and truth, the importance of having our stories told, and the impact of a large psychiatric hospital on the Morningside community. Book early to avoid disappointment!

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For further information please contact us info@artlinkedinburgh.co.uk