LGBT Wellbeing Collective are members of the LGBTQ community who have come together in Glasgow to communicate about their experiences with mental health. This exhibition, held in collaboration with LGBT Health and Wellbeing, explores what belonging looks like and why it is important. 


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Amy Ortiz is a Belfast born design student living in Glasgow and self-described weirdo. She strives to involve herself in local creative goings-on, especially when they combine arts with meaningful social impact.

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