Job Vacancy - Outreach Manager

Thank you for your interest in the post of Outreach Manager at Art in Healthcare. The post is supported by the Big Lottery Fund and will be offered on a fixed term contract for a period of three years. The post is Edinburgh based with some local travel, and is available on a part-time basis (three days per week, pattern of work negotiable). Salary for this post will be £23,000 pro rata. The recruitment pack below includes the Job Outline for the post and a report of a project undertaken by Art in Healthcare with a GP practice in Edinburgh, which informed the successful funding application to the Big Lottery Fund. Applicants are asked to submit a curriculum vitae and a covering letter explaining how they meet the requirements for the post. The closing date for applications is noon Monday 31 October 2016. Interviews have been scheduled to take place on Friday 11 November. Please send applications to

Outreach Manager job description

Report on Art in Healthcare's Art Project for Baronscourt Surgery

Art in Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Edinburgh Art Fair 2016

Art in Healthcare will be returning to the Edinburgh Art Fair 18th-20th November this year. As well as our stall, where you will be able to find out more about our work, we will be presenting a number of talks and demonstrations by artists. Please get in contact if you would like us to reserve places for you at any of the events below.

New Ann Oram print for Art in Healthcare

We are honoured that Artist Ann Oram has added to our range of prestigious Art in Healthcare prints with the beautiful screenprint 'Summer'. 'Summer' was printed by hand at Edinburgh Printmakers from 11 screens, and is available in a signed and numbered limited edition of 75. To claim your print before they're all gone, please visit our shop or drop us an email at

Thank you to leading Scottish law firm BTO Solicitors LLP for sponsoring the creation of this edition.  

Become a Friend of Art in Healthcare

Art in Healthcare brings art to healthcare environments, improving the quality of life for patients, visitors and staff. Many people admire the work we do, and by becoming a Friend you can become part of our community and receive advanced information about our activities and special events. Becoming a Friend is a really important way of showing your support and provides an important source of income for Art in Healthcare. Join today!

If you would like to become a Friend, please print and complete the form and Direct Debit instructions. Then please post the form to

Art in Healthcare
32-36 Dalmeny Street

or you can email a scanned copy to

Adopt an artwork

Since 1991 our charity has been assembling one of the largest and most prestigious Collections of original Scottish art in the country. These artworks are uniquely available for display in hospitals and other healthcare settings.

Art in Healthcare is truly committed to the important role that art plays in the healing environment but we need your help to properly maintain and build this unique Collection for the enjoyment and benefit of the hundreds of thousands of staff, patients and visitors who view it each year.

With your help we're able to:

Keep our Collection on display in hospitals and care homes
Support young artists at their degree shows
Buy artwork from professional artists
Provide fun-filled art workshops for patients and care home residents
Develop our training programmes for volunteers

Adopt an artwork from our Collection for just £3 a month and you'll receive:

Your name (or a loved one's) written next to your chosen artwork online
A certificate of adoption with a picture of the artwork
Invites to Art in Healthcare's special events
First to view our latest Prestigious Print
Our colourful e-newsletter

"My patients really enjoy looking at our collection. Sometimes they even do an 'art tour' around the premises." ~ Barron Dental Practice

You can adopt an artwork in the gallery, if it hasn't already been adopted, by clicking the 'Adopt Me' button below the picture of the artwork.