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Please select the words that best describe your opinion of the art on display: Interesting Educational Unattractive Pointless Colourful Entertaining Informative Unappealing Attractive Different Offensive Challenging Ordinary Amusing Inspiring Confusing Comforting Did you see and read information about the Art at the Heart programme? Yes / No Did you know the art is for sale? Yes / No Overall, what is your opinion of the Art at the Heart Programme within the hospital? [Please comment in the box below]
HOW CAN YOU HELP? Art at the Heart [Charity No. 1058323] is a charitably funded arts programme and donations are an important part of our fundraising. If you would like to donate money to help us maitain and develop the arts programme then you can do so by cutting along the line and filling out the form and sending it to us with a cheque. Alternatively you can donate online; www.ruh.nhs.uk/art I enclose a donation of ÂŁ to sponsor the work of Art at the Heart, RUH Please make your cheque payable to; RUH Arts Fund and send to; Arts Manager, Estates & Facilities, 2nd Floor Bath & Wessex House, RUH, BA1 3NG
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Exhibitions >> Bath’s most accessible gallery space is open 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. The exhibitions strand hosts seasonal shows including exhibitions by local, international professional and amateur artists, patients, RUH staff, local art, photography and print groups, students and schools. Our permanent collection of donated artworks and loans range from paintings and photographs to sculptures.
SUPPORTING THE CORE VALUES OF THE RUH WITH AN INNOVATIVE ARTS PROGRAMME TO ENHANCE THE HOSPTIAL ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERIENCE WITH MEASURABLE BENEFIT TO PATIENTS, STAFF AND VISTORS
> Art at the Heart of the RUH was established in 2000 and presents a high quality programme of arts for the benefit of patient, staff and visitors. We have achieved an excellent reputation through a programme of innovative and ambitious projects which saw us short listed for a Building Better Healthcare Award resulting in a Highly Commeded award, which we are proud to display in our central corridor. 01
The programme covers the visual arts, music, film and literature through exhibitions, performances, readings, and participatory workshops for patients and staff. Art at the heart uses the corridors, public and clinical internal areas as well as courtyards of the RUH provide the City of Bath with one of it’s biggest and busiest gallery and performance spaces. The programme includes professional and amateur artists and musicians, patients, RUH staff, local art, photography and print groups, students and schools. Through exhibitions, participatory commissions, music and involvement in capital developments the arts are intergrated into the life of the hospital, supporting the delivery of quality care, soothing and lifting everyone who uses the hospital and enlivening the building and grounds.
“Frankie’s choice of repertoire was perfect for patients on the Older People’s Units. Her Ukulele playing made everyone smile, especially when she sang ‘When I’m Cleaning Windows’ which most of the patients (and staff) sang along with!”
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Mission Statement 2012
Soundbite & Hospital Notes >> Our music programme brings a diverse range of live music to the hospital and helps to create an uplifting atmosphere for all. Patients on the Older People’s Unit also benefit from regular performances and music workshops as part of the Hospital Notes programme. Artsparks: Children & Young People >> The Art Sparks project is led by local artists running themed workshops on the Children’s Ward. We also run various projects, including film and animation, with the RUH home education reintegration service. The Bigger Picture >> We work closely with the Captial Building Programme to expand the scope for integrated artworks and design throughout the trust. Recent work has included the development of sculpture gardens and interior design work for the Dyson Centre for NeoNatal Intensive Care.
Hospital Notes Programme
Front Cover: Dentist and Budgie by Sue Packer. Artwork on loan from Paintings in Hospitals. Image © The Harley Foundation, Judy Rodrigues , Artsparks Medow Workshop , Soundbite Lunchtime Music Performance  Nikki Taylor - Tom Daley, Sculpture & Sport: A Celebration for 2012 , Sue Flood - Cold Places Exhibition Detail 
Joyce Fletcher Charitable Trust
Art at the Heart presents a high quality programme of arts within the RUH for the benefit of patients, staff and visitors. The programme cov...