Art in Healthcare is looking for a new Chief Executive to lead the charity to the next stage of its development.
Please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us at the Edinburgh Art Fair this November!
Art in Healthcare will be returning to the Edinburgh Art Fair for the second time running 14 - 16 November with a preview night on Thursday the 13th.
Last year was a huge amount of fun and we are delighted to be returning again, now invited as official partners with the organisers (see www.artedinburgh.com for full details). The EAF takes place at the Corn Exchange, an easy busy ride from the centre of town and times of opening are as follows:
Preview: Thursday 6.30pm-9.30pm, Main days: Friday & Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 11am –5pm
Please contact Amelia Calvert at email@example.com for more information or click here for more information about what will be involved.
Win an iPad Mini!
Purchase an entry ticket to this year's Edinburgh Art Fair (EAF) from Art in Healthcare and you will be entered to win a number of prizes! Additionally, we are organising nine exciting artist demonstrations over the three days of the art fair, which you will have access to with your ticket.
The EAF runs 14 - 16 November and the artists involved are: Henry Kondracki, Gill Tyson, David Martin, George Donald, Patsy McArthur, Jenny Matthews, Matt Storstein, Ian Nicholson, Alan McGowan
Prizes include an iPad mini, a £150 voucher for art supplies from GreatArt, a Leith School of Art Workshop gift voucher and more!
Art in Healthcare is the leading arts provider for health organisations in Scotland. We create stimulating environments that positively affects one’s mental wellbeing and contributes to an effective healing process.
We offer artwork to healthcare facilities from our extensive, contemporary art collection, project manage site-specific art commissions for hospitals, offer advice and care for NHS health board art collections and we provide engaging art workshops for patients, care home residents and sheltered housing communities, which help to encourage social interaction, build self-esteem and develop new skills for participants.