An exhibition from the Rights in Action project by the Poverty Alliance, in partnership with Maryhill Integration Network, that aims to raise awareness of the impact of migration on mental health and wellbeing.
An exhibition of images by members of Chance2Change, a community peer support in Drumchapel, to represent health inequalities.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature as you join in a meditative journey of mindfulness through photography.
Join us for a relaxing mandala making session using natural and mixed media materials. Through our conversation and art making together, we will explore our connections with art & nature reflecting on how and why they can benefit our wellbeing.
Three times as many men as women die by suicide. TALK is an ongoing portraiture project by Edinburgh-based photographer Graham Williams, exploring the subject of men’s mental health.
Get ready for a motivating day of community, creativity, and celebration at the return of Moving Minds!
Try using poetry and smartphone photography as creative mediums to start conversations about your lived experience of the menopause and mental health.
Award-winning wildlife photographer Gordon Rae will give an illustrated presentation about his photography journey, including many examples of his excellent work.
Irvine Camera Club’s keynote speaker for 2023 is multi award-winning landscape photographer Nick Hanson.