What’s on

  • Art project turns patients into artists

    A group of patients and siblings from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick have had the chance to become artists after taking part in the first Create and Make art project.

  • Changing the stigma around disability

    If someone was to say to you, "I've got a disability" what would your immediate reaction be? Would it be one of sadness or pity? Don't worry if it is, it's common - but it's also what we are trying to change.

  • Farewelling two Johns

    For the majority of their careers, Dr John Harvey and Dr John Curotta have dedicated their working lives to The Children's Hospital at Westmead. Today, after more than two decades of service, they have passed on the baton as they head into retirement.

  • Shining a light on World Prematurity Day

    As the sun sets on Saturday, 17 November, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead will be basked in a vibrant, purple glow in support of World Prematurity Day.

  • Student artworks uplifting sick kids

    The annual exhibition, Operation Art, is back this year with more than 931 students across New South Wales showcasing their talents to help make sick kids feel better through the power of art.

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