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Griselda Goldsbrough

Art and Design Development Manager

Griselda is a visual artist and writer, a community educator and an education consultant and co-curator of an arts and events company. She specialises in textiles and surface pattern, fine art and mixed media. Griselda has over fifteen years’ experience in devising and managing creative art, science, literature and music workshops within Yorkshire schools and communities. She has curated exhibitions, project managed and delivered art events in a wide variety of settings throughout York and within the Yorkshire region. 

griselda.goldsbrough@york.nhs.uk

01904 726943


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Eloise Ross

Art and Design Project Officer

Eloise is a professional photographer, responsible for the majority of the Arts Team's photography.  Her freelance work has always had a strong people focus and includes projects with various organisations including York Museums Trust, The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York Theatre Royal and The Guardian. Having worked on a number of collaborative community based arts projects and initiatives Eloise believes that the arts has the ability to provide positive experience, breakdown barriers, stimulate memories, promote collaboration and respect, provide respite or space for reflection and to unlock hidden talents.

To see more of Eloise’s work, click here.

elly.ross@york.nhs.uk

01904 721321


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