Community Art Program

Syringa Hospital & Clinics (SHC) is seeking art pieces which will uplift, inspire, and calm the patients and families that come into our facilities. It is known that art can play a powerful role in bringing comfort and relief to those receiving treatment or care in a hospital or clinical setting.

Art pieces will be displayed in our Community Art Gallery located in the hallway connecting the Primary Care Clinic and hospital.

We are delighted to have the opportunity to enhance the environment of SHC for our patients, families, guests and staff with interesting and beautiful artwork.

Eligibility: Open to residents of Idaho County.

Selecting Artwork for a Hospital Environment: The SHC exhibit is intended to contribute healing qualities to its environment. A committee views submissions before they are displayed in the gallery to ensure the content is appropriate.

We ask contributors to keep in mind that the audience for these exhibits will include patients and their families who will be sensitive to the mood and subject conveyed by the picture or photograph. Harsh, potentially disturbing, or confusing images, despite their artistic value, will likely not be accepted for display.

  • 'Art pieces' include quilts, photography and all media which can be hung flat on walls.
  • Art pieces will be displayed for approximately three months.
  • You may submit as many entries as you like.
  • There is no age limit or skill level requirement.

Terms and Conditions:
  • Submission of electronic works to this exhibition constitutes agreement on the part of the artist to these Terms and Conditions.
  • Only art pieces that have been submitted for review will be considered for display.
  • If you wish your entry materials to be sent back to you, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your entry.
  • The artist is fully responsible for any insurance of his/her work during transit as well as during the exhibition. While utmost care is given to all entries, SHC does not assume liability for damage or loss before, during or after the exhibition.
  • All two-dimensional work must be equipped with a picture-hanging wire or metal tooth bracket on the back of a frame to accommodate our hanging system. SHC is not responsible for damage due to improper framing or construction.
  • Selected artists are fully responsible for the delivery of their work to and from the exhibit area at designated days and times. There is no storage to save boxes or materials that artwork is delivered in. SHC will not be responsible for packing and shipping artwork to an artist.
  • Work may be offered for sale. All sales occur between the artist and the purchaser.
  • All art pieces are to remain in place for the entire exhibition.

How to Participate
Syringa Hospital & Clinics
ATTN Art Program Coordinator
607 W. Main Street
Grangeville, ID 83530

For questions or more information contact Dana Greig at:
(208) 983-8571 or

Thank you for your interest in our program!