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New Exhibitions at the Central Gallery (RUH Bath Hospital)

20th October 2017 - 18th January 2018
Art at the Heart of the RUH, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG

Art at the Heart of the RUH is pleased to present a new exhibition at the Central Gallery at RUH Bath Hospital: the RUH Staff and Volunteer Exhibition 2017

Hare

 

Priscilla's Garden

 

Early Light over Kidston Lighthouse, Nova Scotia

 

 

 

 

 

RUH STAFF AND VOLUNTEER EXHIBITION 2017

 

A fantastic showcase of the RUH Staff’s artistic talents will be on display for the RUH Staff and Volunteer Exhibition 2017. Staff members from a range of departments - Maternity, Estates, Pathology, Therapies and ward volunteers to name a few, are taking part by exhibiting mediums such as photography, painting and mixed media.

 

With over 4,800 staff and volunteers at the RUH there is sure to be a great pool of artistic talent waiting to be revealed. Art at the Heart would like to support these abilities by encouraging staff and volunteers to share their work with other staff and members of the public.

 

A call for interest was made earlier in the year to see how many staff members and volunteers would like to take part and by receiving a successful response, we are thrilled to be running the RUH Staff and Volunteer Exhibition for a third time.

 

 

A third of the sale price on all artwork sold is donated to the RUH Arts Fund charity. Donations received by the art charity go directly into maintaining and continuing the broad range of award winning arts projects on offer at the hospital.

 

Images:

Hare by Amanda Gell, Matron (Maternity)

Priscilla’s Garden by Sybille Hennig, RUH Volunteer

Early Light over Kidston Lighthouse, Nova Scotia by Richard Mansfield, Consultant Cardiologist

 

 

 

For further information please contact:                                                                                        Jessica Shoemack, Marketing & Programme Support Officer    jessicashoemack@nhs.net

T: 01225 824987
www.artatruh.org
Follow on Twitter @artatruh 

 

 

 

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