Pop-up exhibition: Shouting Machine

Until the end of May, the WCH Foundation’s Arts in Health program is proud to present pop-up exhibition ‘Shouting Machine’ by Health Littlewood, Paul Handley and Marie Littlewood.

Artist: Health Littlewood, Paul Handley and Marie Littlewood

Gallery Location: Level 1, Zone E – Samuel Way Walkway, on the way to the Volunteer’s Office.

Exhibition Dates: Due to COVID-19 this exhibition has been removed from the Hospital. However, please enjoy the images we have shared online and view the brochure below.

Young boy speaking into a tin can.

Heath Littlewood pictured with the ‘Original Shouting Machine’.

Shouting Machine is an exhibition about 10-year-old Heath, who lives with autism, the things he builds and its impact on his Dad Paul and Mum Marie.

This exhibition coincides with National Autism Awareness Week and the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

For more information about the exhibition, download the brochure.

To learn more about Marie Littlewood visit her Instagram page.

Save the date – special event

On Thursday 2 April from 11.30am to 12.45pm the WCH Foundation’s Arts in Health program presents ‘Art as a second language, exploring creative and respectful ways of connecting with kids on the spectrum’.

The free forum, held in the Hospital’s Queen Victoria Lecture Theatre, will feature a panel discussion with health professionals.

Stay tuned for more information!

International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

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