Tribute artists work directly with patients at the Royal Hobart Hospital; depicting their lives, relationships and memories through art and providing comfort to families at a time of great stress and trauma. Our current Tribute artists are Jenny Masters and Alyssa Bermudez.
Instrumental is a music program that connects trained professional musicians with patients and staff in hospitals.
Musicians use song, rhythm and sound to connect with patients through individual and group interactions and performances.
In partnership with the RHH, Inscape has created a gallery of works produced through the Tribute program. Two walls near the Wellington Clinic air bridge, H Block, are used to display illustrations, drawings, paintings and mosaic artworks created by artists, staff or patients at the RHH.
Instant Instrumental is a live music program with performances by professional musicians in public areas of the Royal Hobart Hospital.
Instrumental Musicians: Julie Edwards, Jessical Edwards, Stuart Graham, Jacqui Dawborn, Hannah Irawan, Will Parsell, Shelley Cusiter and Tiffany Smith.
Instrumental Funding: Australian Cultural Fund Philanthropy, Royal Hobart Hospital and Inscape Tas
Art Making provides an opportunity for patients to play and create within the hospital environment.
This program is now ongoing and being undertaken in many wards across the hospital, with some of the artworks displayed on the Art Wall.
Enlivening the space
Enlivening the Space is a program that aims to change the hospital experience for patients, family and staff by changing the physical environment of the hospital.
Creative installations and artworks are installed around the hospital and throughout the open spaces to encourage people to engage with art, discover stories and explore the idea of art in a health setting.