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Use of Art in the Patient Environment Award Winner 2012

Sponsored by Montgomery Sisam









Lead judge

Marily Cintra, Health and Arts Research Centre, Australia





Panel

Nadia Tobia, Farrow Partnership Architects, Canada
Kate Copeland, Queensland Health, Australia

Criteria
An award that recognises the effective application of creative endeavour (of any type or in any medium) which further advances knowledge of the potential of the arts to assist significantly in the therapeutic process. Preference will be given to conspicuous success in new approaches, stretching still further the boundaries of possibility in the wide creative field.


Judge Nadia Tobia (far left) collects the award on behalf of Aesthetics, Inc, from the chair of the judging panel, Marily Cintra (centre left) with Prof Alan Dilani (centre-right) and sponsor Alice Liang of sponsors Montgomery Sisam
Winner
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Art and Healing and Urban Renewal Program, USA
Created by Aesthetics, Inc













(L-R) Mark Mitchell of Billard Leece Partnership, judge Marily Cintra, Sheree Proposch of Bates Smart, with Prof Alan Dilani and sponsor Alice Liang of Montgomery Sisam
Highly Commended
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Designed by Billard Leece Partnership Architects, Bates Smart and HKS












Highly Commended
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust Hydrotherapy Art Project, UK
Created by LIME Art


The finalists

Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust Hydrotherapy Art Project, UK, by LIME Art
Rey Juan Carlos Hospital, Spain, designed by Rafael De La-Hoz Architectos
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Art and Healing and Urban Renewal Program, USA, designed by Aesthetics, Inc
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, designed by Billard Leece Partnership Architects, Bates Smart and HKS
Mt Isa Hospital, New Outpatients, Oral Health and Mental Health, Australia, designed by Conrad Gargett Architecture

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