This powerful exhibition of portraits by Olivia Hemingway features patients, families, volunteers and staff from St Gemma's Hospice. Discover their stories and go behind the scenes of you hospice.
40 Faces of St Gemmas Hospice is a powerful new exhibition of portraits by Olivia Hemingway, on display at Leeds City Museum.
40 people, including patients, families, staff, volunteers and supporters, have been photographed in the 40th Anniversary of St Gemmas Hospice.
Each portrait takes you behind the scenes into the real lives of the people who make the Hospice such a special place.
The powerful portraits demonstrate strong feelings of hope, love, happiness, humour and bravery.
Olivias personal style captures people in a range of settings across the city. Each photograph is accompanied by their story as they share their connection with St Gemmas in their own words.
Come along to the Exhibition Fair on Saturday 7 July from 10am 4pm to celebrate the opening of the exhibition, with refreshments, stalls, performances and family friendly activities.
This is a fantastic opportunity to come and see the exhibition and discover more about your local hospice.
The exhibition runs from Tuesday 26 June until Sunday 23 September 2018 and is open Tuesday - Sunday.