Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

All threads lead back to here exhibition at Studio Pavilion


The Creative Arts Service at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice were delighted and proud to present a group exhibition of art work made by people who attend art sessions at the hospice: Kenny Harrison, Tom McAlister, Paul McGinley, Jimmy McMillan and Sean O’Hagan. The exhibition took place at the Studio Pavilion gallery, House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park and ran from 5thOctober until 21stOctober 2018. The exhibition was visited by over 300 people.

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Artists sharing practice with medical students


Hospice artists Jeni Pearson and Kirsty Stansfield were invited to contribute to discussion event “Stories: End of Life & Dying” organised by the Medical Humanities Society at University of Glasgow.

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Art group visit to meet artist Jimmy Cosgrove


A small group of people who regularly attend art sessions at the hospice were invited to meet the artist Jimmy Cosgrove at his exhibition at the Studio Pavilion, House for An Art Lover in Bellahouston Park.

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End Notes


Novelist and short story writer Meaghan Delahunt reflects on her work at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. She highlights the importance of creative writing in palliative care and how it's never too late for any of us to explore our full potential.

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Professionals working in healthcare take a creative approach


Kirsty Stansfield, artist at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, was invited to host a workshop on Tracing Autonomy at this year’s Arts and Health Ireland conference.

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Working with young adults in the art room


Adapting our creative approach presents inspiring and exciting opportunities, explains The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice artist Kirsty Stansfield.

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Patients in art room take virtual tour of Australian gallery


Art from the collection of Canberra's National Portrait Gallery was beamed into the art room at Carlton Place, giving patients an insight into the work of Australian artists. 

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Patients develop new artistic skills in life drawing sessions


Inks, large brushes and charcoal were used to learn new techniques in the art room at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, explains artist Sharon Goodlet.

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Fellowship explores the role of art in healthcare


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Hospice artist Sharon Goodlet, was awarded a prestigious Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship to travel to Australia and the USA to explore models of best practice in visual art programmes and creative ageing.

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Performance art in hospice care


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Royal Conservatoire of Scotland students collaborate with hospice patients to create performance art.

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