An exhibition featuring: Brownlee Armour, Maggie Clyde, Stephanie Dees, Jack Firth, Douglas Gray, Jane Hyslop, Alfons Jasinski, William Main, Linda Mallett, Carol Moore and Nicky Sanderson.

This is an exhibition of artworks that have been selected from the Art in Healthcare collection.

Art in Healthcare is a charity working across Scotland to improve health and wellbeing for individuals and communities by providing opportunities to experience and engage with artists and creativity, particularly within community, health and social care settings. Over the last thirty years, a vast collection of artworks have been placed in healthcare settings across Scotland.

Some of the works featured have been selected by local people through a series of workshops, where the foundation of this exhibition was established. This began by identifying local artists and works celebrating Newhaven and Leith, expanding to coastal areas across Scotland. Identifying artwork that explore themes around fishing villages, community, living and working by the sea and coasts, with expressive works that celebrate storytelling, language and symbols of maritime heritage.

It also offered the opportunity to consider moments of history, the celebration of those who have passed through and who have left a trace of their fabric here. Reflecting the transition of the former buildings of Victoria Primary School into the ‘Heart’ – a vibrant, thriving intergenerational community hub bringing people together.

The Landscape Has Changed is inspired by people, place and the rich heritage that exists in Newhaven and surrounding areas.

This project was supported by the National Lottery Community Fund.