11.45am to 6pm
Socially Engaged Collaborative Art Practice ‘Living Archives’ and Mental Health Forum is led by MA Drawing student Jacqui-Ennis Cole and funded by the UAL Postgraduate Student Communities of Practice Fund.
"So many of us are impacted by ‘mental health’ concerns and some of us choose to address our concerns through our research and art practice".
The Socially Engaged Collaborative Art Practice ‘Living Archives’ and Mental Health Forum on 27th July being held at High Holborn was initiated so as to create a ‘Safe Space’ where UAL's MA, PhD and research staff could meet and present research interests, art practice, personal experiences and engage in dialogue together within an environment that facilitates mutual understanding, support and inspiration.
This event is also to act as a catalyst in order to build a sustainable community of creatives interested in all aspects of mental health, who can stay in touch after graduation and work towards creating activity around the subject in the future. Find out more about how to get involved here.
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