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Exhibition Program

Exhibition archive

We presented 29 exhibitions in 2022! Take a look through the archive at the amazing work exhibited.
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The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Creative Health is a leader in the provision of best-practice art therapy, music therapy, diversional therapy, exhibition programs and other initiatives to improve health and wellbeing.

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How We Help

We’re proud to offer creative programs, therapy services and an ever changing range of exhibitions within and outside our hospital spaces to benefit patients and their families.

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Our Programs

Our programs include a performance program, public art program, our expanding exhibition program and our school-based LEAF program.

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Therapy Services

Art and music therapy as well as diversional therapy and our group art sessions are provided across South Australian hospitals for people in need.

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Exhibitions

We create healing environments in dedicated galleries at many of the major South Australian hospitals, exhibiting the work of incredible local artists.

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Brightening the Cardiology Unit at Lyell McEwin Hospital

The walls of the cardiology unit at the Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH) are a bit brighter thanks to a painting purchased by Associate Professor Margaret Arstall!

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Get Involved

As a charity of The Hospital Research Foundation Group, we receive no government funding and rely on the generosity of the South Australian community who support us – find out how you can join us.

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What’s On

The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Creative Health delivers a range of exhibitions and special projects to further highlight the healing role of art in a healthcare setting.

Fiona and Steph at Exhibition (1)

Latest News

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Love at first mosaic

The Legacy Light Project run by the Centre for Creative Health has introduced a new activity for palliative care patients.

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Healing Hands for Palliative Care Patients and Their Families

Touch is conveyed in many ways by the language of our hands. Whether it’s holding a loved one’s hand through happiness or hardship, our hands are instruments of connection.

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Brightening the Cardiology Unit at Lyell McEwin Hospital

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A Servicewoman’s Journey Through Motherhood Wins Art Prize

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