Creatively Minded and the NHS

The Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team were delighted to contribute to an impressive overview by the Baring Foundation which highlights innovative participatory arts offered by NHS organisations across the UK . Please click the link to view a wealth of creative opportunities which demonstrate how a creative holistic approach to recovery can have a … Continue reading Creatively Minded and the NHS

Cardiff Camera Club – 125th Anniversary

The Hearth Gallery at University Hospital Llandough is delighted to host the 2021 Annual Exhibition of Cardiff Camera Club, showcasing a large and diverse group show by its members at all levels of photography experience. Cardiff Camera Club has been in existence, almost continuously, since its formation in 1896. A welcoming space for all, Cardiff … Continue reading Cardiff Camera Club – 125th Anniversary

Art Club Social – An Exhibition of art at University Hospital Llandough

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

Wild at Heart Exhibition by Andrea Grottick

Wild at Heart We are delighted to introduce our new Corridor Exhibition at University Hospital Llandough, Wild at Heart by local Artist Andrea Grottick. Through this display of artwork, which consists of her Identity Paintings and Chakra Paintings collections, Andrea touches upon our connection with the natural world and more specifically, how as humans, we … Continue reading Wild at Heart Exhibition by Andrea Grottick

“Will You Still Be There?” – An Exhibition by Anna Polya

We are delighted to introduce our new Plaza Exhibition at University Hospital Llandough,“Will you still be there?” by local artist Anna Polya. “Will you still be there?” is an exhibition of painting and sketchbook work that celebrates the beauty and fragility of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. Having always lived in South Wales, it is the … Continue reading “Will You Still Be There?” – An Exhibition by Anna Polya

Headway – Finding our Place & Making our Mark Exhibition

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

Unsung Heroes – An exhibition by Amy Jackson

We are delighted to introduce our new Plaza Exhibition at University Hospital Llandough, Unsung Heroes by Artist and Illustrator, Amy Jackson. Amy Jackson is a Welsh freelance illustrator, specialising in a pointillism style with her work often depicting social and environmental issues in new and exciting ways. She is inspired by the world around her, … Continue reading Unsung Heroes – An exhibition by Amy Jackson

Positive Creative Partnerships Developed During the Pandemic

During the past twelve months, the Arts for Health and Wellbeing team, health and Wellbeing team who provide and support creative collaborations at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board are pleased have been able to continue to co-produce positive creative partnerships and collaborations to enhance the experiences for patients, staff and communities during the Covid-19 … Continue reading Positive Creative Partnerships Developed During the Pandemic

Gwanwyn Festival 2019, Mnemonic 3.0, by Jorge Lizalde.

As part of the Gwanwyn Festival last year, we were delighted to work with filmmaker Jorge Lizalde, and third sector organisation, Solace, at the Highlight Road Community Centre in Barry. The project, Mnemonic 3, created by Jorge Lizalde, enabled us to give carers a voice and an opportunity to express their experiences, thoughts and feelings. … Continue reading Gwanwyn Festival 2019, Mnemonic 3.0, by Jorge Lizalde.