We are delighted to have on display in our Staff Area Exhibition Space, a variety of paintings, by members of Art Club Social, a small independent artist community group in Chepstow. Set up by Art Club Social art teacher Alison Heard in 2018, the group of artists meet weekly to learn, inspire and create artwork … Continue reading Art Club Social – An Exhibition of art at University Hospital Llandough
This month, the Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team presented the Emergency Unit at the University Hospital of Wales with a range of colourful artwork to enrich the Children’s Area. The artwork is intended to brighten the environment and offer patients a fun distraction whilst waiting for treatment. Four Disney Images by Artist, Jerry Limb, … Continue reading Entertaining and Inspiring Artwork Gifted to the Children’s Area at the University Hospital of Wales Emergency Unit
In support of Children’s Art Week, the Arts for Health and Wellbeing team visited the Emergency Unit - Children’s Area at the University Hospital of Wales to create artwork with the children and their parents whilst they waited to be treated. The children’s art event was an underwater theme colouring activity. The Kickstart Team had … Continue reading Children’s Art Week at the University Hospital of Wales
Sam Burns has kindly donated two pieces of artwork to the Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team. Sam is a Senior Specialist Biomedical Scientist in Blood Transfusion at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and has previously showcased his artwork in the Winter Open Exhibition at the Hearth Gallery and the Plaza Exhibition Space, both … Continue reading Art Gifted by Sam Burns
The Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team are proud to present a new display of artwork in our Corridor Exhibition space at University Hospital Llandough. A new curriculum will be introduced in Welsh schools in 2022 to teach children about racism and the contributions of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. In preparation for this, … Continue reading Cynefin: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Wales Project
On Saturday 10th July 2021 the Arts for Health and Wellbeing team ran an outdoor fundraising event at The Bone Yard, in Canton. The Creative Cuppa was a day of creative workshops, art sales and tasty treats to improve wellbeing and share an outpouring of thanks to our wonderful NHS staff. The event was supported … Continue reading Creative Cuppa at The Bone Yard – Thank You!
The Hearth Gallery at University Hospital Llandough is delighted to present a creative community exhibition by members of the Cardiff & South East Wales charity, Headway that supports people with Acquired Brain Injury. The exhibition is a showcase of collaborative and experimental work from recent and ongoing creative workshops sessions including art, drama and dance … Continue reading Headway – Finding our Place & Making our Mark Exhibition
The Arts for Health and Wellbeing team, at Cardiff & Vale Health Charity, are looking to commission Artists to create artwork, for exhibiting within the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board estate , around the themes of Mental Health and Wellbeing, Identity and Creative Including Literature. This opportunity is open to all and we welcome … Continue reading Arts Call Out in Support of South Asian Heritage Month
We’re developing an innovative arts project with the Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre in partnership with Four in Four and funded by HARP - Arts Council of Wales, Y Lab (Cardiff University and Nesta).
A poignant painting, which once hung in Cardiff Royal Infirmary that depicted life on its Mametz Ward during the First World War, will soon be adorning the walls of the hospital’s Chapel once again, thanks to a donation from the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps Association (QARANC). The QARANC Association kindly donated a print … Continue reading From war to worship – Care of the Wounded Soldiers print unveiled in the Chapel at Cardiff Royal Infirmary