Our Arts Programme
Harmony, Creativity, Welcome, Hope is a wide-ranging programme of arts activities across both Grays Inn Road and Queen Square. The programme includes a number of new public artworks for the new building, that will stimulate debate and provide a lasting legacy, UCL Public Art are working in collaboration with academics, researchers, clinicians, professional services staff, patients and wider communities to create a programme to broaden knowledge and awareness of the ground-breaking neurological research that will be made possible by the new facility.
Our art programme - part of UCL’s ongoing commitment to public art, across all its estates - forms an integral part of the site strategy’s ambition to unify patients, UCL’s academic and research communities and the wider communities around the site. Working with a steering group made up of representatives from the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, the UK Dementia Research Institute and the UCLH National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, the programme’s key artistic commissions include Annie Cattrell who is developing permanent artworks, and Freya Gabie who is undertaking a site history residency.