We organise a regular programme of temporary exhibitions and concerts in NHSGGC hospitals for patients, visitors and staff. All our events are free and everyone is welcome.
Find out what's on or have a look at our archive of past events.
If you would like to support music in NHSGGC hospitals please contact Krisztina Lackoi, Health Improvement Practitioner: Exhibitions & Performing Arts Events Coordinator at [email protected].
QEUH ATRIUM CONCERT SERIES
Thursday 10 May (7.30 - 8.30pm) Kirkintilloch Kelvin Brass (programme below)
Friday 18 May (7 - 8pm) City of Glasgow Wind Orchestra
Monday 11 June (7 - 8pm) City Voice Choir (pictured above)
Shetland through the Lens (9 March - 10 December 2018)
New Victoria Hospital, Level 2
We are delighted to bring the Shetlands to the New Victoria Hospital in Glasgow with this loan exhibition of 23 photographs, displayed across 4 locations on Level 2. The images were taken by members of the Islesburgh Photographic Club, a group from all walks of life and at all skill levels who share a keen interest in photography. The group meet once a month in Lerwick, Shetland’s capital, between October to May to share photographs, discuss techniques and plan exhibitions.
Riverside Solidarity (9 December 2017 - 10 June 2018)
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Atrium, Link Corridor and Mezzanine Cafe
Graffiti from Strong Women of Clydeside artWalk, 16 Sept 2017. Image courtesy tsBeall and Lesley Mitchell
An exhibition showcasing the work of a group of artists exploring the experience of residing, dwelling in or working in the post-industrial waterfront zones of Govan, home of QEUH, and Gdansk in Poland - as well as the potential for creative interventions to transform the way in which residents and visitors experience such areas.
Supported by Creative Scotland through a series of residencies and the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the exhibition is co-curated by the University of the West of Scotland and Fablevision, and features work by artists Andy McAvoy, ts Beall, John Mullen, Lee Ivett, Tom Manely, Nic Green and Loraine Leeson. The artwork produced will be a response to residencies and visits based in both Govan and Gdansk, and draw on the rich history of Glasgow’s shipyards.