The Craftimation Factory – Interactive Exhibition

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Interactive Exhibition With Focus On Mental Health – By Hastings Based Artists

Frames Of Mind is an exhibition that is the culmination of a year-long project during which adults with lived experience of mental health and wellbeing issues made puppets, stop motion animation and an installation with the purpose of creating dialogue around mental health. The project was led by Hastings based charity The Craftimation Factory and features work by many local artists as well as work from those living in other parts of East Sussex.

The exhibition combines interactive elements including exploring the installation with a UV torch to find hidden messages and playing cassette tapes on a retro tape player, as well a life sized knitted puppet and photos from the former psychiatric hospital in Hellingly.

The exhibition launches at 12 noon 2nd December at Towner Gallery, Eastbourne where it will run for two weeks

After the launch there is a programme of activities including free workshops and a ‘Living Exhibit’ which will invite members of the public to listen to conversations and ask questions of people with lived experience of mental health issues.

www.thecraftimationfactory.org www.facebook.com/knittedanimationworkshops

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