Shared Collective Heritage Exhibition

The Suttie Arts Space, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary This exhibition is of artwork from the Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) Art Collection. As part of a new project titled Shared Collective Heritage (SCH), and as a response to Covid-19, GHAT is currently working to...

Feelgood Friday

Feelgood Friday webpage and Newsletter was a response to COVID 19. GHAT created a one-stop-shop of online content aimed at NHSG staff, that is easy to access with minimum fuss and helps with downtime during the busy shifts. The project was a curated webpage on the...

Jean Firth – Turn and Run, The Monkeys Ride

Turn and Run, The Monkeys Ride - by Jean Firth The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary - open 24 hours 8 February - 17 April 2020 Jean Firth is an award-winning artist from the Borders town of Hawick, living and working in Aberdeen. Jean’s work is mostly...

Shared Collective Heritage

Shared Collective Heritage (SCH) is a project funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund, Aberdeen City Council and the Rayne Foundation. SCH will preserve and celebrate artistic heritage that connects people and place in the North East of Scotland. Our aim is to ensure...


Amplify is a focused project of ambitious participatory arts activity based in NHS Grampian (NHSG) hospital sites. The programme of work is designed to support GHAT’s vision – the pursuit of excellence in arts within healthcare practice, regionally integrated and...

GHAT is an award winning arts and health organisation which exists to enhance the wellbeing and experience of all who spend time in NHS Grampian hospitals, whether patients, visitors or staff.

We achieve this by promoting the enjoyment of, and participation in, high quality artistic activity alongside the provision of a sympathetic and pleasing environment. 


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


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 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.


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 working with art to create a difference across NHS Grampian hospitals.