New Commission Opportunity for Inverurie Community Hospital

New Commission Opportunity for Inverurie Community Hospital

Artist Brief PDF GHAT has a new opportunity for an artist with an interest in horticulture to work on the Inverurie Community Hospital site. Deadline for applications – Monday 15th April  After the success of GHAT’s Resonate:Disseminate project, which has now...
Recovery Resource Centre, Royal Cornhill Hospital

Recovery Resource Centre, Royal Cornhill Hospital

In 2017 staff at the Recovery Resource Centre (RRC) in Royal Cornhill Hospital asked GHAT to assist with a project that looked at the environment of the unit. They were looking for a solution to create a more inviting environment through the use of colour, wayfinding...
The Suttie Arts Space FFC-MRI commission opportunity

The Suttie Arts Space FFC-MRI commission opportunity

GHAT are pleased to announce an open call for an artist to investigate the work currently being developed by the IDentIFY research project and its link to Mark-1, the world’s first full body MRI scanner, which is on display at The Suttie Arts Space, Aberdeen Royal...
Neo Natal Unit, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

Neo Natal Unit, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

In 2016 GHAT was approached by the staff of the Neo Natal Unit to help them change the look and feel of the unit. Lynne Strachan, from Curious Cranberry, was commissioned to work with a core team of staff, which included a member of Friends of The Special Nursery, to...
Resonate : Disseminate

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...
Mark-1 The world’s first whole-body MRI Scanner

Mark-1 The world’s first whole-body MRI Scanner

The worlds first full-body MRI Scanner is on permanent display at The Suttie Arts Space, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The story of MRI began in Aberdeen in the early 1960s, when a young researcher named John Mallard studied the magnetic properties of electrons in tissue...