Dramatic Convergence

Dramatic Convergence has been developed with Aberdeen Performing Arts and NHS Grampian Archives to celebrate the centenary of the Joint Hospital Scheme. The scheme was the first to bring public health services and medical education together in one location. This ultimately resulted in what can be seen now on the Foresterhill Health Campus.

In early 2021 we commissioned 4 artists, Graeme Roger, Lucie Treacher, Chris Lee and Adrian Reid, to collaborate on the project with APA’s Youth Theatre both online and in socially distanced workshops, to create a body of work that will include an exhibition and publication at the end of the year.

New work by Alexandra McGregor

New work by Alexandra McGregor

As part of our social media project with Alexandra McGregor for the 'All About People' installation currently on in The Suttie Arts Space, Alexandra has written a new poem inspired by the newspaper created by Chris Lee and based on the people, objects and places in...

Amplify – meet the artist Chris Lee

Amplify – meet the artist Chris Lee

Chris Lee is primarily a writer, director, and sometimes performer for theatre. Much of his work is collaborative and multi-arts in nature. Chris co-founded Wildbird with Graeme Roger in 2006 and since then they’ve gone on to work on a range of projects from theatre,...

NHSG Archives  – Brief Histories

NHSG Archives – Brief Histories

These short films have been made by NHS Grampian Archives in collaboration with Grampian Hospitals Art Trust as part of their Amplify project.  The project is exploring the history of The Joint Hospitals Scheme, first mentioned over 100 years ago in 1920. The scheme...

This project is funded by Creative Scotland and supported by NHS Grampian Archives and Aberdeen Performing Arts.