Are you an artist interested in getting involved with the Centre for Creative Health? We have a number of opportunities for artists to exhibit in our hospital gallery spaces, as well as a bi-annual Art Prize.
Artists interested in exhibiting as part of the CCH Exhibition Program are encouraged to submit their exhibition proposal during the annual Call Out for applications held in August-September each year.
Centre for Creative Health proudly exhibits the work of South Australian artists across a range of galleries in our hospitals providing a dynamic and healing environment for staff, patients, visitors and the community.
The majority of artwork on display in the Galleries is available for sale, with 75% of the sale price going directly to the artist and 25% returning to support Centre for Creative Health Exhibition Programs.
Tess Leo, 'Naturally Nature', installation view, 2019, Emerging Artist Gallery, Royal Adelaide Hospital
Video and Moving Image Program
Expressions of interest are welcomed throughout the year from artists wishing to participate in the CCH Video and Moving Image Program.
The CCH Video and Moving Image Program exists solely in the digital space. Viewed via the CCH website, this Program showcases artists working in the medium of Video and Moving Image Art. With the ability to reach an audience at the bedside or in the waiting room, this program aims to further improve the quality and experience of healthcare by providing accessible and engaging experiences for everyone in the hospital and CCH communities.
Image: Sarah Tickle, 'Shut In', 2021, 22 seconds, video work, still 1. Image courtesy the artist.
Centre for Creative Health Art Prize
Launched in 2021, the Centre for Creative Health Art Prize recognises and promotes the important role of art in health and wellbeing.
South Australian artists were invited to enter the inaugural Art Prize in the theme of ‘Healing’ within three categories; Main Prize ($40,000), Emerging Artist Prize ($5000), Veteran and Emergency First Responder Prize ($5000). Due to the resounding success of the inaugural year, we look forward to opening entries for the second Centre for Creative Health Art Prize in 2023.