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Hospital Rooms have seen soaring demand for services and have implemented an application process in order to offer NHS Trusts with a fair and equal opportunity to work with us.

If you would like Hospital Rooms to undertake a project at your mental health unit, please request an application form using the form below or by emailing us at: info@hospital-rooms.com. Applications are reviewed at our trustee meetings. Upcoming deadlines for these are midnight on 8 August 2018, 22 October 2018 and 21 January 2019. Applications are reviewed on first come first serve basis and so early applications are encouraged. If full capacity is reached for meetings, applications roll to the following one. There are currently more requests for projects than we have capacity to undertake and so applications are competitive. 

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 Hospital Rooms is co founded by artist Tim A Shaw and curator Niamh White.  Tim A Shaw lives and works in London. He studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martin’s. He has exhibited and lectured internationally and his recent exhibitions include: 1 Godley VC House, Griffin Gallery, London (2018), The Voice of a Generation, The Quin, New York (2018), Control to Collapse, Blythe Gallery, London (2018), The Needs Machine, various locations including Somerset House Inigo Rooms and Bethlem Gallery (2018), Refuge, Griffin Gallery Perimeter Space, London (2017), The Pierrot Studio, Display Gallery, London (2016), Entrances & Exits, The Warehouse, London (2015), Art I Curate/Ligne Roset, London (2014), The Pierrot Project, Generation & Display, London (2014), Intangible Beauty, Kasher Potamkin, New York (2014), In Your Face, SHOWstudio (2012). He is represented by MTArt.  Niamh White studied History of Art at Goldsmiths. She has curated a broad range of exhibitions for London and national museums, institutions and galleries, and is a visiting lecturer at various universities across the UK in the fields of art history, collecting and exhibition making. She is a Professional Fellow at the University of Leeds and will commence an MSt in Social Innovation at Cambridge University in 2018. She is curator of the Dentons Art Prize, a biannual £5,000 prize for early career artists; The Pierrot Project, which is funded by the Britten Pears Foundation and the Holst Foundation; and Papaver Rhoeas, a Wellcome Trust funded project by artist Paddy Hartley that has been displayed in 11 London museums including Kew Gardens, Saatchi Gallery, Freud Museum and Sir John Soane’s Museum. Niamh was commissioned by London College of Fashion to curate a moveable exhibition that travels to hard to reach audiences. She previously worked at SHOWstudio and Hauser & Wirth.  Email: info@hospital-rooms.com  Facebook: @HospitalRooms Twitter: @Hospital_Rooms Instagram: @_hospitalrooms #HospitalRooms

Hospital Rooms is co founded by artist Tim A Shaw and curator Niamh White.

Tim A Shaw lives and works in London. He studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martin’s. He has exhibited and lectured internationally and his recent exhibitions include: 1 Godley VC House, Griffin Gallery, London (2018), The Voice of a Generation, The Quin, New York (2018), Control to Collapse, Blythe Gallery, London (2018), The Needs Machine, various locations including Somerset House Inigo Rooms and Bethlem Gallery (2018), Refuge, Griffin Gallery Perimeter Space, London (2017), The Pierrot Studio, Display Gallery, London (2016), Entrances & Exits, The Warehouse, London (2015), Art I Curate/Ligne Roset, London (2014), The Pierrot Project, Generation & Display, London (2014), Intangible Beauty, Kasher Potamkin, New York (2014), In Your Face, SHOWstudio (2012). He is represented by MTArt.

Niamh White studied History of Art at Goldsmiths. She has curated a broad range of exhibitions for London and national museums, institutions and galleries, and is a visiting lecturer at various universities across the UK in the fields of art history, collecting and exhibition making. She is a Professional Fellow at the University of Leeds and will commence an MSt in Social Innovation at Cambridge University in 2018. She is curator of the Dentons Art Prize, a biannual £5,000 prize for early career artists; The Pierrot Project, which is funded by the Britten Pears Foundation and the Holst Foundation; and Papaver Rhoeas, a Wellcome Trust funded project by artist Paddy Hartley that has been displayed in 11 London museums including Kew Gardens, Saatchi Gallery, Freud Museum and Sir John Soane’s Museum. Niamh was commissioned by London College of Fashion to curate a moveable exhibition that travels to hard to reach audiences. She previously worked at SHOWstudio and Hauser & Wirth.

Email: info@hospital-rooms.com

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