Blue Heart Gallery

Talent Within

Artist name: The 2019 Staff and Volunteer Exhibition

Gallery Location: Ground Floor, Zone A — near Allied Health and Hospital School

Exhibition Dates: 1 August 2019 – 13 October 2019

Waiting for My Stop by David Peterson.

The Talent Within 2019 exhibition celebrates the ‘talent within’ the Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) and features 14 artists each showcasing their skills in photography, textiles and painting. This exhibition offers an opportunity to find a new connection and a different side to the people that volunteer and work in the WCHN.

The exhibition features artworks from staff and volunteers who work across a number of wards and departments including Centre for Education and Training, Neurology, Play Therapy, Safety and Quality Unit, Medical Imaging, Health Information Services, Disability and Complex Care, Corporate Communications, Digital Media, and the Women’s & Children’s Foundation

The 2019 exhibition features the work of: Kirsten Alderson, Tim Boord, Jayne Hartwig, Helen Lewis, Maggie McCabe, Sharon Meagher, Anita Moustrides, David Peterson, Alison Russell, Phoebe Smiley, Christopher Sprod, Kristin Stone, Paul Weston and Chelsea Whyte.

Each year the WCH Foundation provides a Talent Within Award to an artist participating in the Talent Within Exhibition. The Award provides exhibition guidance and financial support to create a series of artworks for the award winner to have a solo show the following year. In 2018 the award went to Dr Suzanne Mashtoub. Suzanne’s stunning photographs of her unique world travels are on display in the Invisible Threads exhibition, in the Orange Heart Gallery Level 1, Zone E Samuel Way walkway.

WCH Foundation is pleased to recognise this exhibition as part of the 2019 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

For more information download the exhibition brochure.

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