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 Health Village Arts Project

99 Harebells by Laurie Clark

Clinical Genetics Centre

Keiko Mukaide’s works for the Clinical Genetics Centre

Emergency Care Centre : Light and Life

Works by several Artists and Designers for the new Emergency Care Centre

Chalmers Hospital, Banff

Interior and exterior works by Mary Bourne, Sculptor and Lynne Strachan, Artist.

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.

GHAT works hand-in-hand with NHSG to commission local and national artists to work with staff and project teams to design environments that are both relevant and sympathetic to the context of each area, its users and day to day function. This can range from a very practical form of advising on colour selection or rethinking at the wayfinding as a means of identifying a ward or clinic, through to developing an arts strategy for an entire hospital. The commissions can include site-specific sculptures, bespoke furniture, or working directly with project architects on screening or cladding solutions required by NHSG safety and privacy policies.

Contact Tamsin Greenlaw at tamsin.greenlaw@nhs.net

01224 551776

Current Projects

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 Health Village Arts Project

99 Harebells by Laurie Clark

Project Manager

Tamsin Greenlaw |  tamsin.greenlaw@nhs.net

01224 551776

The Suttie Arts Space
Grampian Hospitals At Trust
Foresterhill
Aberdeen
AB25 2ZN