SUMMER ARTW

EEXHIBITIONS

Summer Art Exhibitions
13 December 2018 – 21 February 2019

The final rotation of art exhibitions for 2018 will see five incredible displays fill the corridors of the Hospital from Thursday 13 December to Thursday 21 February 2019.

The Art Program uses the visual arts in all forms to transform Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick into a place of wonder and respite, creating dialogues between artists and patients. Through the Collection and Exhibition Program, the Art Program also provides opportunities for emerging artists to showcase their talents.

Many of the artworks on display are available to purchase, with a portion of each sale going to support the Foundation. For more information about purchasing artworks please contact the Art Program by phone 02 9382 1188 or email info@schf.org.au.

Create and Make

Create and Make is a collaboration between patients and siblings and the creative programs which work across Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network; including the Art Program at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, the Youth Art Workers at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and the the Ngala Nanga Mai pARenT Program at the La Perouse Community Health Centre. The Programs have transformed illustrations made by participants into beautiful tea towels, tote bags and aprons. Limited editions of each product will be available to purchase, with all proceeds contributing to the fundraising efforts of Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation.

Image: Dogs (2018) Patients from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead

Art Celebrating Life

"Art Celebrating Life” saw the Art Program invite artists who were each provided with a canvas and asked to produce an artwork in their own style inspired by our motto, “Art Celebrating Life”. Each artwork is for sale, with all proceeds contributing to the fundraising efforts of Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation. All unsold works will be included in the Art Program’s permanent collection, and will go on permanent display within the Hospital.

Artists include Alessandra Joseph, Fleur Stevenson, Georgia Hill, Jane Guthleben, Karlee Rawkins, Kerry Armstrong, Meaghan Potter, Pat Hunter, Rachel Carroll, Rachel Castle, Robbi Wymer, Romy Groth, Rowena Grace, Sarah Waghorn and Susan Severino.

Image: Little Spot (in the garden) (2018) Kerry Armstrong

EVERY TIME is the RIGHT TIME

Wendy Murray is a Sydney-based artist and current resident at the Waverley Artist Studios. For "EVERY TIME is the RIGHT TIME", Wendy presents a series of drawings and print media works which bring together studio, community and political arts practice. In doing so she brings Sydney, her travels and sentiments from broader Australia to the corridors of the Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Image: Every time is the right time (2018) Wendy Murray

Randwick Art Society

Filling the corridor of Level 1 is a collection of artworks from the members of the Randwick Art Society. Founded in 2009 by a group of local artists, their vision was an Art Society where like-minded people could meet, learn, exhibit and share their common interest in art. Together they are committed to contributing to the growth and development of art and culture within our local community, the Sydney Eastern Suburbs and wider Sydney.

Image: Tamarama Beach (2018) Paula Service

Little Sydney Lives

Produced by Art & About Sydney, and an initiative of City of Sydney; Little Sydney Lives comes to Level 2 of the Hospital and will feature unique photographs by children aged 3-11.

Image: The Little Things (2018) Patrick McCarthy

The Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation raises funds for Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick , The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Bear Cottage, the Newborn and Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS NSW) and Kids Research