Image: Artwork by MInta Viski in the paediatric unit of the Wagga Wagga Base Hospital was completed as part of Stage 2 of the Redevelopment. The artwork allows staff, patients and visitors to follow a mallee fowl around the unit.
Monday 6 July 2020
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being called from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) artists as part of the third and final stage of the Wagga Wagga Health Service (WWHS) Redevelopment.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District invites ATSI artists to submit an EOI to undertake artwork for an Aboriginal Cultural Courtyard situated within the WWHS campus' new Stage 3 building.
The opportunity is for artwork for the walls of the Courtyard, within the garden beds of the Courtyard, to the floor and to glass panels at the entrance of the Courtyard.
Applicatons close Monday 3 August 2020. Find the EOI here.
Thursday 30 April 2020
An Arts Strategy Working Group was formed in early 2020. The Group is meeting as part of ongoing discussions to maximise the benefits of integrating Arts into the Stage 3 project.
The Group is now preparing an Expression of Interest (EOI) for artists to create works for the Aboriginal Cultural Courtyard and a ground floor public linkage from the new Stage 3 building to the existing Acute Services Building. The linkage will be known as Hospital Steet.
Arts in Health covers all art forms including heritage, literature, visual, performing and dramatic arts.
Friday 20 December 2019
The integration of Arts into the design and delivery of health services can improve health outcomes and benefit patients, visitors and staff.
As outlined in the NSW Health and the Arts Framework, the main role of any integration of the arts into the Wagga Wagga Health Service (WWHS) Redevelopment is to improve health outcomes and promote health and wellbeing in the community.
With the WWHS Redevelopment Stage 3 project in the design and delivery stages, Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from people wishing to join an Art Strategy Working Group. This group will provide feedback and advise on the arts in the new Stage 3 Ambulatory Care Building.
For further infromation, please contact Marianne Warren, Manager, MLHD Instructure and Redevelopment on email here.
An Expression of Interest (EOI) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists
For media queries regarding the Redevelopment, please contact MLHD Communications