Are you a young person in Arbroath or Angus interested in making art? Art can be anything you like! Drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, filmmaking, nail art, tattooing, performance, computer art and more.
While Hospitalfield have not been able to host residencies with practitioners staying at Hospitalfield, we have been hosting artists currently based in Angus in the Patrick Allan Fraser historic studio. This has been an amazing opportunity to connect more deeply with artists involved in the Arbroath 2020+1 Programme and artists based in the vicinity of Hospitalfield.
Dates & Contributors:
Saturday 27 March, 3-4.30pm, Dr Rania Karoula
Saturday 10 April, 3-4.30pm, Simon Bedwell
Thursday 22 April, 5-6.30pm, Liz Magic Laser
Hospitalfield wish to appoint three roles for the brand new cafe. We are looking to hire enthusiastic, friendly, energetic, efficient and committed Second Chef, Café Supervisor and Cafe Assistant to run the kitchen and front of house at this important time as we bring the café to life.
Hospitalfield are looking to commission a Lead Artist and recruit an Art Education Assistant with experience working with young people to deliver an exciting new project in partnership with Creative Scotlands Youth Arts Access Fund.
As we are sure you will be anticipating, Hospitalfield has been very quiet this year as far as residencies go….
Hospitalfield are pleased to announce their artistic programme for 2021, including a series of new commissions starting in Spring to coincide with the opening of the new garden, freshly restored 19th century fernery and a glass house café, in April 2021, designed by Caruso St John.
Friday night is takeaway night at Hospitalfield. We run a different menu every week, with cuisines from around the world and home, and catering for all dietary requirements. Meals are for collection and we run a Covid safe pick-up system following Scottish Government Guidelines.
We are pleased to announce Hospitalfield’s commissions for 2021/22. Initiated through our Studio Time programme we will be working with artists Mick Peter, Jade Montserrat, Luke Pell, Hanna Tuulikki, Rehana Zaman and Sally Hackett.
Hospitalfield’s Future Plan will create ‘a campus’ around the artist Patrick Allan-Fraser’s 19th century building. Our aim is to invest in the extraordinary heritage at Hospitalfield and in a future that respects the original 19th century bequest; to support artists and education in the arts. We are committed to interpreting this bequest through a contemporary prism that is right for our times. Phase One will see us redevelop our gardens and open a new cafe and restored Victorian Fernery to the public in April 2021 when we look forward to welcoming visitors to Hospitalfield.”