MKUH Creative Resources: Temporary Exhibitions

These resources accompany temporary exhibitions currently on loan to Milton Keynes Universit Hospital, you will find information for conversation starters, links to educational resources and activity ideas, many of which can be adapted for bedside use to help everyone make the most of the displays. Exhibitions change on average every six months, so these resources will be refreshed.

Current Resources:
  • Willie Robb - photography challenge
  • Mandala Art drawing pages & video tutorial
  • Browse our online art gallery and exhibition archives

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Mindful Mandala

Virtual exhibition and activities

Explore our virtual Mandala Exhibition here - read about the history of Mandalas and be inspired by our artists to make your own with our dedicated activity page:

︎ Video Tutorial to Watch
︎︎Drawing activities
︎  Outdoor activitiy 

Willie Robb Anchor Inn Cow and Swimmer 2012

Photography Challenge: 


Photographer Willie Robb currently has artworks on display at MKUH along the top corridor. Often autobiographical they reflect everyday life and fittingly look to create optimism and beauty from apparently insignificant surroundings.

Activity: Using any camera you have, take 5 photographs each day of things that were there before but you noticed or looked at differently today. It could be on your daily exercise or at home - a sign of hope in those insignificant surroundings, capture it in a photograph.
Share your photos with us on social media!

Temporary Exhibitions Information

Looking for information about an artist or exhibition you have seen at the hospital or intrigued to find out what's on next? Take a look at our temporary exhibition pages.

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Arts for Health Milton Keynes
Facilities Directorate
Milton Keynes Hospital
Standing Way
Milton Keynes
01908 996125

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Arts for Health Milton Keynes is the working name of MK Arts for Health charity number 1107625  company number 0513769