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Kings County Hospital Center (KCHC)


Located in Brooklyn, Kings County Hospital Center is one of New York City’s largest healthcare centers, and a major part of the City’s public Health and Hospitals System. Working in close partnership with the Hospital’s Wellness and Recovery Division.

RU’s involvement with KCHC began in 2015 through RU’s collaboration with the Beautiful Distress Foundation that placed Dutch artists  in residency at KCHC to develop projects that strived to create more awareness and acceptance in society for the mentally ill. RU provided customised assistance throughout the process.

In November 2016, RU established a formal agreement to work with the Hospital to develop a series of longer-term artists residencies with local artists.  In the new program artists will engage with the hospital staff and patients while also working with representatives of the local community.  Their projects will help to build bridges between the hospital and it neighbors, support exchange between hospital departments and continue to encourage sympathetic understanding of individuals who suffer with psychiatric problems.

The first artist in the program, the New York based photographer Charlie Gross, will begin his residency in November 2016. He will be the first resident artist in our new, long-term partnership with Kings County Hospital Center. He will be working in the Behavioural Health Service - Wellness and Recovery Division.

http://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/kingscounty/html/home/home.shtml

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