Category Archives: Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program

Development of Culture & Arts program for Forbes and Parkes Hospitals, in partnership with Lachlan Health Service.

The Lachlan Health Services Project team engaged Arts OutWest to integrate culture and arts into the Forbes and Parkes Hospital redevelopments. The NSW Government provided $113.7 million to redevelop the Forbes Hospital and build a new Parkes Hospital. A component of this funding was used to help deliver the Lachlan Health Service Culture and Arts program.

Parkes art on show at hospital

Parkes art on show at hospital

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

Parkes Hospital is hosting an exhibition of vibrant new artworks created by 12 local artists alongside works from Parkes Shire Council’s art collection. Read the Full article

Get In Print in Forbes

Get In Print in Forbes

Filed : Arts & Health, Arts and funding opportunities, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects .

The free ‘In Print Forbes’ workshops, held in Forbes in August, are a chance for people to learn from expert printmaker Victoria Tuson.  Read the Full article

Uplifting nature art for Parkes Hospital

Uplifting nature art for Parkes Hospital

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

Artists in Parkes have captured the calm, uplifting atmosphere of the natural environment in new artworks made for the Parkes Hospital. Read the Full article

The Fruity Bunch

The Fruity Bunch

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

Photo gallery: The Fruity Bunch, the Forbes Food Art Exhibition of new artworks by primary school students, opens at the Platypus Gallery in Forbes Thursday 30 June. Read the Full article

Forbes kids make healthy art

Forbes kids make healthy art

Filed : Arts & Health, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects, Young People .

Lachlan Health Service culture and arts program: Primary school kids in Forbes will use their artistic skills to help the community think more about healthy food. Read the Full article