Community Art Projects


Mosaic Art Project 2011

In 2011, TTSH launched its pilot community art project which involved over 150 students from St Nicholas Girls School and Whitley Secondary School, over 100 patients, and 35 volunteers and staff. This 7-month long project saw a 2-storey high mosaic wall installed at our Atrium. With the expertise of artist Ms Delia Pravaki, a concept was put in place which involved the creative inputs of our staff, patients and the community. Coming together to create a mosaic art piece, we want to make our patients feel more belonged by being a part of this project. This is also the first project in which our volunteers and students attended workshops by the artist to facilitate our patients throughout this project. Funded with sponsorship, this project and showcased the cordial efforts of many people from all walks of life. 

Staff Engagement Art Wall

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In 2012, as part of TTSH’s 168th Founder’s Day Celebrations, TTSH embarked on a staff art wall project to garner staff’s participants, using art to portray what TTSH’s new vision means to them. Incorporating art into our corporate initiatives, we hope to communicate TTSH’s visions in creative and interesting ways for staff, where they can not only have fun and get creative, but also get the opportunity to get hands on with the element of art in their work.

Over a 2-month period, workshops were conducted for staff and they were taught the dynamics of layering in an art, the various materials they can use, and how they can get creative within the frame box. On 25 July, the art wall was unveiled by the senior management of TTSH and later on, installed at the hospital’s main lobby. The art wall is a collage of frame boxes, where TTSH staff used various materials, even those from their daily work, to piece up an art frame that speaks of what TTSH’s vision means to them. TTSH collaborated with Mr Michael Tan, Assistant Professor og NTU’s School of Art, Design and Media on this project.