Wild Things by artists from the Tutti Art Studios

• Painting
Tutti Arts in collaboration with the WCH Foundation presents Wild Things. See the Women's and Children's Hospital transformed into a world of wild landscapes where strange and beautiful creatures lurk. The works, created by 16 artists who work from the Tutti Arts studios, invite us to rekindle childhood imaginings of all that is wild and free. The artists are Banjobe Hunt, Casey Spehr, Charlie Taplin, Gary Hobbs, Giorgio Mouzakitis, Jackie Saunders, Jane Hewitt, James Kurtze, Jenna May, Jessica Galea, Joel Hartgen, Kathryn Evans, Kimberly Sellers, Kurt Bosecke, Samantha Garton, and William Gregory. Tutti means 'everyone'. Tutti is a multi-arts organisation with the vision of taking the work of artists with a disability to the world. www.tutti.org.au | www.wchfoundation.org.au

Presented by: Women's & Children's Hospital Foundation

The Arts in Health program is an initiative of the WCH Foundation run in partnership with the Women’s and Children’s Health Network. Arts in Health coordinates a changing exhibition program across four galleries located in the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The gallery and exhibition program aims to integrate visual arts into the life of the Hospital to improve people’s health and wellbeing. The galleries show work of patients, staff, local artists and community groups. The galleries provide a space away from the stresses of treatment to distract, entertain and inspire, improving the hospital environment. The Women's & Children's Hospital Foundation Gallery A is located in the Women's and Children's Hospital.