GHAT General Manager

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) is recruiting a General Manager to lead on organisational cohesion and be responsible for the operational coordination of GHAT activity.  The general Manager will ensure that the GHAT facilities and core service functions are fit...

Kim Rebecca | The Birdwatcher

17th December 2018 - 10th February 2019   Kim Rebecca is a painter based in Glasgow, and studied Contemporary Textile Practice at Norwich University College of the Arts (2006-2009). She is drawn to exploring the green spaces that pepper the city and surround it. Her...

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Resonate : Disseminate

In 2016 GHAT started a 2 year programme of arts activity within Dr Gray’s Hospital and Inverurie Community Hospital which linked up with community and other third sector groups in each area. This also included work with Moray School of Art, UHI, to create a student...

GHAT is an arts organisation which exists to enhance the wellbeing and experience of all who spend time in hospital.

Exhibitions

The GHAT Exhibitions Programme supports artists to create ambitious art exhibitions for display in 2 venues in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

Projects

GHAT works closely with NHSG on new capital build projects and the refurbishment of existing NHSG buildings across the North East of Scotland, Orkney and Shetland.

Artroom

Artroom is a patient led project of creative session for patients and their carers during long term stays in hospital. 

Art Collection

Over 4000 Artworks On Exhibition Across NHS Grampian.

Fundraising

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust is a charitable organisation which is supports the wellbeing of all who need to access care in hospitals. Our donors, volunteers and supporters make this possible and we’re hugely grateful to every single one of them. 

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust is an independent charity supported to create a difference across NHS Grampian hospitals.