Image shown: Patience. Photo credit: GOSH Arts.

Susannah Hall

Susannah Hall, Joint Head of GOSH Arts, reflects on The Temporary Tattoo Parlour at Great Ormond Street Hospital, developed by artist Davina Drummond with adolescent patients. The project illustrates the socially engaged approach underpinning the work of GOSH Arts and how the programme has responded to teenagers’ feelings of isolation in a child-centred environment.

At GOSH Arts we aim to think of the hospital as an arts venue, just like any other we may have worked in previously. Because that’s just what it is. A public venue, with easily the most diverse range of audiences and potential artists as any gallery, theatre or music hall.

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