ART, COMPASSION, AND COLLECTIVE ACTION PANEL
18 Jul 2021
PAINTINGS IN HOSPITALS PRESENTS, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH UCLH ARTS AND HERITAGE AND THE HELP PORTFOLIO: ART, COMPASSION AND COLLECTIVE ACTION, A VIRTUAL PANEL DISCUSSION EXPLORING HOW TOGETHER THESE PARTNERS HAVE ENSURED THAT ART CONTINUES TO SUPPORT WELLBEING THROUGHOUT THE COVID PANDEMIC. THE PANEL DISCUSSION WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE 22ND JULY.
Art, Compassion and Collective Action panellists include: Sue Arrowsmith, artist; Sandra Bruce-Gordon FRSA, Director and Chief Executive at Paintings in Hospitals; Nicky Hirst, artist; Dario Illari, Founder of Jealous Gallery and Print Studio; Christian Mathews, art consultant and collector; Guy Noble, Arts Curator at UCLH. The panel will be chaired by Andrew Hochhauser QC, art collector and Chair of Paintings in Hospitals.
This event celebrates The HELP Portfolio Exhibition presented by Paintings in Hospitals and uclh arts and heritage at the Street Gallery, University College Hospital between 28th June - 18th August 2021.
The HELP Portfolio was conceived and developed during the 2020 Covid lockdowns by artist Sue Arrowsmith, collector Christian Mathews, Jealous Gallery and Print Studio director Dario Illari, and Cristea Roberts Gallery director David Cleaton-Roberts. Sixteen artists donated a print edition to the portfolio, the sale of which continues to benefit sixteen charities.