The RUH has one of Bath’s largest and most accessible exhibition spaces, open 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. The hospital exhibits a variety of work by both amateur and professional artists, and arts organisations, in order to enhance the environment and improve the experience for patients, staff and visitors.
In addition to the public areas, we sell and arrange artwork for display in wards and departments. A third from all sales made goes to the RUH Arts Fund, helping to continue the work we do for the Trust.
Our aim is to ensure that the quality of artwork and framing throughout the Trust is of a consistent high quality. We rarely buy artwork for public spaces, saving money for the Trust whilst keeping the displays freah and dynamic. At any one time the total value of artwork on display in public areas is around £200,000, providing a substantial asset for the hospital and all who enjoy the pieces.
CENTRAL GALLERY 26th January – 19th April 2018 The Landscape Collective (LCUK) The Landscape Collective is a group of UK-based landscape photographers who meet every two months in Lyme Regis in order to show and discuss their work and currently comprises of 12 committed photographers based across the south of England. It was set […]
In the course of the year we expect to show around 800 artworks in our temporary displays. Our temporary exhibitions also serve another important purpose in helping us to raise funds through the artist donations we make on sales. The Central Corridor is the showcase exhibition space and provides a continuous display that changes four […]
The Atrium and upper floors of the hospital display artwork on a longer term basis; these are generally obtained by donation, commission or long term loan and are also available for sale. These include the internal and external courtyards throughout the hospital which showcase a range of 3-Dimensional pieces so that a glance outside the […]
We are proud to announce that the expertise and knowledge of our Art team is expanding its role and providing services across the wider community, including a contract to provide exhibitions at CircleBath twice a year. 6th November 2017 – End of April 2018 Liane Stevenson Liane studied Fine Art at Bristol Polytechnic, and she has […]