Exhibition Program

The Art Program curates five Artspaces across three floors of the Hospital. These Artspaces are situated in the busy corridors of the Hospital and are transformed every three months with a rotating exhibition program.

See the exhibitions and galleries that have transformed our corridors.

Artwork: Froot Loops (2022) by Josephine Andrews

Summer 2023-2024

Featured: Froot Loops (2022) by Josephine Andrews

Tahlia Henderson, Copper Butterflies and Golden Beetles, 2023

Spring 2023

Featured: Tahlia Henderson, Copper Butterflies and Golden Beetles, 2023

The Sky is the Limit

Winter 2023

Featured: The Sky is the Limit by Marianne Urth

Featured artwork: Selection of works “A” “B” “C” and “D” by Beck Feiner

Autumn 2023

Image: Selection of works by Beck Feiner

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Featured image: Girraburri, Amy Hill

Summer 2022-2023

Image: Girraburri, Amy Hill

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eggpicnic: Sugar Glider

Spring 2022

Image: Sugar Glider, Eggpicnic

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Featured image: Exhale at the Ocean, Kerrie Amy

Winter 2022

Image: Exhale at the Ocean, Kerrie Amy

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Featured image: Tiger and Willie Wagtail, Jenny Zhang

Autumn 2022

Image: Tiger and Willie Wagtail, Jenny Zhang

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Featured image: My First Word was Digger, Shai de Vletter-Sont

Summer 2021-2022

Image: My First Word was Digger, Shai de Vletter-Sont

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Featured image: Sweet Conversation, Pat Younis

Spring 2021

Image: Sweet Conversation, Pat Younis

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Learn more about our Programs and Innovations

Female scientist sitting next to a telescope in a lab

Greenlight Pilot

A game changing program that finds and validates new fundraising ideas for innovations in paediatric medical research.

Young girl in pajamas standing next to a piece of hospital equipment in a ward

Curing Homesickness

A new initiative that brings children’s hospitals and paediatric services from across Australia together to raise funds and awareness.

Young girl with one arm wearing Jiu-jitsu garb

Then and Now

Then and Now is a collection of images taken by the Foundation’s photographer-in-residence, Jimmy Pozarik, revisiting 25 patients he had photographed to find out where they are now.

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