Category Archives: In Hospitals

Arts OutWest’s specifically hospital-based arts and health work including activities in Bathurst, Forbes and Parkes Hospitals and our support of the Orange Arts and Health program at Orange Hospital.

Hospital exhibition documents recovery stories of mental illness

Hospital exhibition documents recovery stories of mental illness

Filed : Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Projects .

A travelling exhibition of photographs documenting the recovery stories of people living with complex mental illness will go on display at Bathurst Hospital from Tuesday 4 April, 2017. Read the Full article

Arts & health: Wiradjuri signage program expands

Arts & health: Wiradjuri signage program expands

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects .

The award winning Wiradjuri language signage at Parkes and Forbes hospitals will now be rolled out to other hospitals in inland NSW, in local Aboriginal languages.  Read the Full article

Meaning of gugaa symbol on Parkes Hospital doors

Meaning of gugaa symbol on Parkes Hospital doors

Filed : Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program .

The meaning of the gugaa goanna symbol on the entry doors as explained by ngangaanha, Robert Clegg, designer and Wiradjuri Elder. Read the Full article

Artist and the farmer sculpture installed

Artist and the farmer sculpture installed

Filed : Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects .

An exciting new contemporary sculpture – Siloscopes – has been commissioned and now installed at Forbes Hospital as part of the hospital’s redevelopment. Read the Full article

Flags for NAIDOC

Flags for NAIDOC

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Projects .

For Bathurst’s NAIDOC celebrations (September 19-24) Arts OutWest coordinated the creation of colourful new flags and banners for Bathurst Hospital. Read the Full article

Upcoming Events

Thu 17

Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Art Gallery

Thu January 17 at 10:00 am - 4:20 pm