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 the Health Improvement Team [email protected]
QEUH ATRIUM CONCERT SERIES 2018/19
Friday 9th November - RCS - All that Jazz 1 - 2pm
Saturday 10th November - RCS Trad Players Sat 7 -8pm
Monday 10th December - City Voice Choir, 7-8pm
Tuesday 11th December - Michael Brawley Big Band, 7-8pm
Saturday 15th December- Dunbartonshire Concert Band- 2.30-4.30pm
Sun 27th January - Govan Salvation Army Community Church 1.30-2.30pm
Monday 18th Feb City Voice Choir 7-8pm
Sun 24th March Govan Salvation Army Community Church 1.30-2.30pm
Sun 19th May -Govan Salvation Army Community Church 1.30-2.30pm
Monday 10th June City Voice Choir 7-8pm
Sun 25th August Govan Salvation Army Community Church 1.30-2.30pm
Sun 20th October Govan Salvation Army Community Church 1.30-2.30pm
Marbles: Lost & Found (19 June - 31 December 2018)
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Atrium
This new exhibition showcases work produced by young people from the SHINE ON education programme run by arts charity Creative Therapies and marks Scotland's Year of Young People 2018. The exhibition celebrates participants' creative achievements and provides a snapshot of some of themes that have arisen through the therapeutic process. Art therapy provides the children and young people Creative Therapies works with, a safe space to explore fears, discover strengths and build resilience. It helps them to delve into, and transform emotional and psychological difficulties through creative expression. It provides a chance for young people to develop creative abilities and gives voice to families on the recovery journey.
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.