Magdalena Schamberger

27th November 2017

Suzie Ferguson appointed as new Artistic Director of Hearts & Minds

Hearts & Minds is delighted to announce that Suzie Ferguson has been appointed as Artistic Director. Suzie is currently a Senior Practitioner with Hearts & Minds, […]
10th November 2017

Behind the Nose at Surgeon’s Hall Museum

Magdalena Schamberger gave an enlightening and inspirational talk last night on the work of Hearts & Minds and the stories behind the red nose at Surgeon’s […]
17th October 2017

Special event – Funny Bones & Red Nose Transplants

Hearts & Minds are taking over the Surgeon’s Hall Museum for one night only on 9 November for a special celebration of hospital clowning. In her […]
11th September 2017

Magdalena Schamberger to step down as Artistic Director of Hearts & Minds

Hearts & Minds Artistic Director and CEO, Magdalena Schamberger announced to the Company last week that she is to step down from her role with Hearts […]
31st July 2017

Artful Minds Autumn workshops available to book now

Three new Artful Minds workshops have been announced to coincide with the Autumn tour of Curious Shoes. These unique workshops devised and created by Magdalena Schamberger […]
16th June 2017

Magdalena Schamberger to address Cultural, Health & Wellbeing International Conference

Hearts & Minds Artistic Director, Magdalena Schamberger has been selected to deliver a presentation on Monday afternoon at the Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference in […]
27th March 2017

Welcome to European Federation of Hospital Clowning Organisations

Hearts & Minds are delighted to welcome members of the Board for the European Federation of Hospital Clowning Organisations (EFHCO) to Edinburgh for their next meeting. […]
28th February 2017

Notes from the Rehearsal Room

Rehearsals are well under way! From all the material we gathered over our development weeks, things are taking shape, and Curious Shoes is beginning to emerge! […]
23rd January 2017

Professor Anne Basting delivers The Penelope Project lecture at QMU

The Penelope Project – How the arts can benefit older people who are at risk of isolation Anne Basting is a theatre artist and educator, known […]
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