Our Arts Team organises diverse arts and cultural events such as music performances and arts displays. Taking place throughout the year, these events bring together patients, families, staff, volunteers and the local community.
As part of our cultural events, we often collaborate with organisations and external professionals. We have been proudly collaborating with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) who kindly offer some of their virtual performances to hospice patients, families, carers, staff & volunteers.
Tuesday 28th September, 2-3pm
An online discussion panel featuring the creators of the book ‘For the Love of Trees’, authors Vicky Allan and Anna Deacon, as well as other speakers, exploring people’s experiences of trees in relation to wellbeing, loss and change in life.
'For the Love of Trees' is a beautiful celebration of trees and our connection with them. Combining amazing photographic portraits of people and trees with powerful personal testimonies, it tells stories of unique relationships with favourite trees.Register now
On Friday 3rd September, as part of our Tunes with Tea Live! events series, kindly offered in collaboration with the Edinburgh International Festival, Wana offered an online workshop exploring how we connect memory and food and poetry. This involved individual creative writing, sharing of work and discussion. The exercises were simple and accessible for varying skill levels. Wana provided a supportive and safe space in which participants could explore their creativity and challenge themselves.About Tunes with Tea
This online music event was facilitated via Zoom as part of our Tunes with Tea Live! event series.
Our Tunes with Tea events are free for our patients, families and friends, as well as volunteers and staff. Anyone in the community is welcome.About Tunes with Tea
We've been collaborating wtih the RSNO since May 2020. They generously arranged for St Columba's to have free access to a series of digital concerts as part of their Winter Digital Season and again as part of their Spring/Summer Digital Season! It's been a delight for many of our patients, carers, staff and volunteers.