ART IN WORK 

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust

New this Autumn 2019!

Working in partnership with GHAT and Cassie Consults, the  ‘Art in Work’ programme is an opportunity for companies  to support the work of Grampian Hospitals Art Trust whilst giving their own employees a chance to explore the value and well being benefits of creativity.


A designated North East Artist will host workshops for employees and create a final work of art - mural, painting sculpture, installation. 


The programme includes a donation to GHAT which will help support and continue the amazing art services they provide for North East patients.



Find out more about ART IN WORK


Book an appointment with Cassie to discuss the art in work scheme HERE

STREET ART & STIGMA 

ADP South Community Forum


Ongoing


Working with ADP South Community Forum (Aberdeenshire Alcohol & Drug Partnership) Elev8arts commissioned professional artists to engage with Forum members to create a public artwork and host a programme of creative workshops.  The artists worked with participants on collage, and mosaic techniques.  The final mosaic is filled with individual participants stories and mosaic elements and was installed on Stonehaven beach front.  An open workshop for the public was hosted on installation.  


The main aims of the project were to:


Challenge stigma facing those in recovery


Unleash creativity and increase wellbeing of forum members


Engage with the public and create an artwork for the local community


Raise awareness for the Forum and the work they do



The project is preparing to roll out in different areas of Aberdeenshire.


KE'KU:N RESIDENCIES

Funded by Aberdeen City Council


In spring 2019 we provided 4 artists the opportunity of a week-long paid artist development residency hosted by Ke'ku:n Studio.


Each residency included a free workshop for the community and final weekend exhibition.


The project focused on installation and professional skills development, providing much needed versitile studio/display space, public engagement and highlighting art and artists in the area.



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