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Now in its 6th year, the Art of Caring is needed more than ever to show support for Nurses, Midwives, Carers, and the NHS. We are looking for artwork that demonstrates your passion for Care and/or Caring. Your artwork will be exhibited as part of a worldwide celebration of the World Health Organisation designating 2020 as the 'Year of the Nurse and Midwife.'

Our theme for entries this year is 'Ingredients for a Healthy Life'.
The Art of Caring will be exhibited twice.
First, at St Georges Hospital (May 2020) where printed postcards of your artwork will be displayed on the walls of the hospital to help celebrate International Nurses Day. This is an inclusive exhibition. Second, at St Pancras Hospital (July-Oct 2020) which will show original artworks and printed postcards. Works will be selected by the Arts Project curators, Peter Herbert and Marius Els.

There is no entry fee.
To enter send up to 3 jpeg images at an A6 size to collectconnect4@gmail.com by 12th April 2020

You will receive a confirmation email within 7 days with your catalogue/exhibition numbers. Before the exhibition, we will print 2 postcards of each of your artworks. One copy will be sent to you and the other will be exhibited at St Georges Hospital, Tooting, UK in May 2020.

Deadline for entries is 12th April 2020
(We may close early if all 400 exhibition spaces are filled)

Alban Low, Bryan Benge, Dean Reddick and Stuart Simler


Thank you to Kingston University and Dr Julia Gale for their continued support.



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