Do you have experience of working on performance-based projects that address mental health? Would you be willing to talk about this with a small group of other artists as part of a Mental Health Foundation project?
Listen to this podcast by Talking Heads volunteer Kirsty Ann-Watters, as she spoke to koi collective about their new play Hysterical.
Antje Bothin reviews events at Hamilton Town House, which is hosting a series of creative arts workshops as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.
Details about accessible and live streamed events taking place as part of Manifesto, our opening day mini fest on Wednesday 4 October in Glasgow.
Kirsty Strang-Roy caught up with Imogen Stirling about The Boulders We Carry, a new immersive storytelling piece that will premiere at Manifesto.
Skye Loneragan is bringing a ‘work in progress’ sharing of her new show, May Contain Nuts (*), to Manifesto. We caught up with Skye to ask her what to expect from the performance.
In a small hall, five clinically “mad” women meet to perform a play for a seemingly “sane” audience. But is it a play? Or is it a warning? Worse still – is it an intervention?
Manifesto is our full-day opening event to explore the questions: What does a mental health revolution look like? And how do we start one?
Choo Choo! (Or… Have You Ever Thought About **** *****? (Cos I Have)) by StammerMouth was today announced as the winner of the 2023 Mental Health Foundation Fringe Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival is to develop a new ‘good practice’ resource for artists and organisations making creative work about mental health.