Have yourself an origami Christmas

origami tree
Westmead Hospital nursing unit managers with the colouful tree: Tamara Stevens, Kelly Bivona, Russell Roxburgh and Trish Walsh.

A new Christmas tree has been installed in the halls of Westmead Hospital. The tree is formed by dozens of origami cranes that were folded during origami workshops as part of the Westmead Redevelopment’s Arts and Culture Strategy development process.

This is a small sample of the cranes made by Westmead precinct staff, patients, carers, families, visitors, students, consumers and community members over the past few months.

Thank you to everyone involved. The tree is near the post office. Stop by for a selfie!

Get involved: 

We are mapping the creative skills across the Westmead precinct and local community. Are you an artist, photographer, sculptor or do you have another creative skill? Please contact us via the below email address or phone number.

More information: www.westmeadproject.health.nsw.gov.au/projects/arts-and-culture-strategy