The Centre for Creative Health (CCH) 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.
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.
Our programs include a performance program, public art program, our expanding exhibition program and our school-based LEAF program.Learn more
Art and music therapy as well as diversional therapy and our group art sessions are provided across South Australian hospitals for people in need.Learn more
We create healing environments in dedicated galleries at many of the major South Australian hospitals, exhibiting the work of incredible local artists.Learn more
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.
Centre for Creative Health delivers a range of exhibitions and special projects to further highlight the healing role of art in a healthcare setting.
Brightening the Cardiology Unit at Lyell McEwin HospitalRead Article
A Servicewoman’s Journey Through Motherhood Wins Art PrizeRead Article
2021 Art Prize People's Choice Prize Winner
Artist Amy Joy Watson won the People’s Choice Prize for her work ‘Parachilna’.
2021 Emerging Artist Prize Winner
The 2021 CCH Emerging Artist Prize was awarded to multi-disciplinary artist Ida Sophia (pictured) for her work ‘Regret’, an installation that included hundreds of written expressions of regret contributed by over 500 members of the public.