Exhibition, St Pancras Hospital, Uncategorized

Exhibition: The Shapes & Lines of Beauty

What: Visual art exhibition, group show When: Until Thursday 19 January 2017, Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm Where: The Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London, NW1 0PE Ten artists explore ‘beauty’ in a group show curated by Peter Herbert and The Arts Project. "A stunning new art exhibition on the… Continue reading Exhibition: The Shapes & Lines of Beauty

Animation, art, Outside In, Tate Modern

World Mental Health Day: FLIGHT

What: Workshops and Installations When: Saturday 10th October, 1:30-5:00pm Where: Tate Modern, London FLIGHT – Celebrating World Mental Health Day Join Outside In and other creative organisations working with artists who have experience mental health issues on Saturday 10 October in Tate Modern’s East Room to celebrate World Mental Health Day. The afternoon will feature… Continue reading World Mental Health Day: FLIGHT

Art Therapy, Mental Health, psychosis, South London and Maudsley

Exhibition: Artbeat

What: 'Artbeat' exhibition from StepArt Where: The Coffee Lovers Café, South London When: 21st-30th August, PV on Friday 21st and Friday 28th, 17:30 'til late. "This exhibition has work created by people with psychosis and engaging with the Southwark early intervention." STEP Team, South London and Maudsley

Aarhus University Hospital, Bipolar Art, Borderline Art, Illustration, Mental Health, Oil Painting, Psychiatric Hospitals, Schizophrenia, Watercolour

Museum Overtaci

I was recently told about an exhibition of art in mental health, by service users, happening in Denmark. The teller was also kind enough to supply a link to the museum so, with not a minute to waste, I stick it up here on the blog. Museum Overtaci is situated in Aarhus University Hospital, Risskov. It is… Continue reading Museum Overtaci

Illustration, Roy

Breakthrough: Art in mental health.

The other day I stumbled across an extensive archive of work by mental health service users in the form of Breakthrough: Art in mental health. I got in touch with them straight away to say how much I admire what they are doing and I hope they wouldn't mind me linking to some of their… Continue reading Breakthrough: Art in mental health.