Exhibiting - 3D artists
For large external pieces such as stone sculpture, bronze, willow, and installation art we have a locked external courtyard off the main corridor on Level 4, SDH North. Pieces are viewed from inside through large windows. Click here to email ArtCare's exhibition organiser, Lesley Meaker, to find out more.
Temporary Exhibitions - 2D artists
ArtCare has a temporary exhibition space along the main hospital corridors and regularly programmes individual artists and groups to display 2D artworks in a variety of media. Exhibitions are programmed 18 months in advance.
If you are interested in exhibiting either 2D or 3D artwork please email Lesley Meaker with details about the work you would like to display and your availability.
Training for artists
The Art of Professional Development - a training series for artists
Are you an artist who wants to have some thinking time?
Do you want the opportunity to inspire your work?
Need to build up your professional skills?
Want to share good practice with other artists?
Want to know about Arts in Health?
ArtCare has workshops for you!
Sessions will include Skills workshops (such as Mosaic, window film or 3D materials), Professional Development workshops (portfolio and presentation tools, Public Art /Health project planning) and Participatory skills (learning more about planning, running and evaluating group creative sessions).
Dates for 2012 to be confirmed. To register your interest email firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to bring your skills and experience to Arts in Health? ArtCare welcomes volunteers and will match the skills volunteers bring to different tasks.
We are also specifically looking for an enthusiastic artist with time to spare to help with scullpture and garden maintenance.
If you are interested in either position please contact Lesley Meaker, Exhibition Organiser to discuss in more detail.
ArtCare provides opportunities for students interested in art to spend time working with the team gaining an insight into arts in health. Tasks are varied and you can expect to be involved in practical artwork as well as associated administrative tasks.
"Everyone in the ArtCare team has been very supportive and positive... I am happy that I chose to have my work experience here, as it has given me an improved understanding of the ArtCare department and the general workplace. I would definitely recommend
applying for a placement here."
(Jaye Sheppard, student)
Students in Years 10 and 11, as well as A-level and degree students have all been on placements with ArtCare. The duration of placements is normally one week full-time, but other options can be considered.
If you are interested in a work experience placement please contact: Personnel Dept, Salisbury District Hospital, Salisbury, SP2 8BJ