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Arts & Health

Arts & Health

Arts&HealthArts&Health by JurongHealth Campus aims to integrate various art forms into healthcare and community settings for therapeutic educational and expressive purposes and to create a healing environment for patients, families, staff and visitors.

Programmes such as visual arts, performing arts, art and music therapies reduce stress, increase social engagement and offer outlets for patients and caregivers to express themselves and improve their emotional and mental recovery. We welcome creative and artistic individuals, groups and schools to perform in our hospitals and interact with our patients through our Music-on-the-Move and Art-on-the-Move programmes.

For more information or enquiries, please contact Community Relations at JHCampus_artsandhealth@nuhs.edu.sg.

Arts&Health by JurongHealth Campus is supported by JurongHealth Fund.

At our hospitals, we recognise that art is more than just decorations on corridors − it helps to create a caring, relaxing and engaging environment for our patients, their families and staff. The collection consists of artworks in various mediums (ranging from paintings, prints, textiles, to glass sculptures) by local artists, co-created with the community, that adorn the walls of the hospital.

Artworks around the Hospital
Artworks around the Hospital
Artworks around the Hospital
Artworks around the Hospital
Artworks around the Hospital


Old Favourites, New Colours - A Community Art Project by Make the Change with patients of Jurong Community Hospital

Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, Tower A, Level 2, Arts&Health Community Art Gallery, Beside Jollibean

“Old Favourites, New Colours” is a series of digital illustration prints co-created by social enterprise, Make the Change, with patients from Jurong Community Hospital. Assisted by Friends of JurongHealth Campus Volunteers, the participants had a simple crash-course on the use of digital technology. Using iPad as a tool for the creation, the seniors were encouraged to think about the good old times as well as their nostalgic favourites of flowers, food and buildings. From a rustic pencil sketch to an elaborate watercolor landscape, technology has enabled the creative expression of art in an adaptable, encouraging and convenient manner. Though working with an unfamiliar medium, the seniors still managed to express themselves confidently and creatively, learning new skills while interacting with one another.

Ongoing Exhibitions
Ongoing Exhibitions
Ongoing Exhibitions
Ongoing Exhibitions

The Giving Tree - A Community Art Project by Laura Soon with students of Epworth Literacy

Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, Tower B, Level 2, Arts&Health Community Art Gallery, Opposite Discharge Pharmacy

“The Giving Tree” is a series of prints co-created by Singaporean artist, Laura Soon, with students from Epworth Literacy. Inspired by Shel Silverstein’s The Giving Tree that narrates the unconditional love between a tree and a boy, the students created prints based on their own interpretation of the story and the imaginary land that the boy travelled to in the boat made from the tree’s trunk. Completed over a three-day workshop at the Centre, each unique print exudes a child-like innocence, illustrating delightfully dazzling colourful landscapes and nature as imagined by the young artists.

The Giving Tree
The Giving Tree