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.
Hazel Mclean spoke with Amanda to talk about her song ‘One Last Spin’ and the importance of shedding light on gambling addiction ahead of the screening and performance at SMHAF 2023.
Explore this photographic response to Traumascapes: On Survivors’ Terms, created by Dipalika Mohanty.
To mark the opening of Rebirth & Revolution, Kirsty Anne Watters sat down with Dr Cheryl McGeachan to discuss the life and legacy of Mary Barnes.
TALK, a photography exhibition by Graham Williams, at Scottish Storytelling Centre is the start of a conversation about men’s mental health.
Dr Antje Bothin spoke to Martin Stepek about his inspiring Mindful Voices podcast, produced for SMHAF 2023 in Lanarkshire.
Our festival takes place across the country, with diverse events being programmed and delivered by and for communities in multiple Scottish regions. Today we’re shining a light on the Highlands programme.
Curated by Glasgow-based artist and writer Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne and also showcasing works by Carys Reilly and Chandelle Waugh, multimedia exhibition Hard To Look At instigates a unique and innovative way of experiencing art that explores potentially triggering content.
A wonderful showcase of female and non-binary talent curated by Hen Hoose took over the CCA in Glasgow at Manifesto, the event kickstarting the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival taking place throughout October.
Sioned Ellis talks to Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne about his new exhibition which asks: ‘how we can explore difficult subjects in a way that is safe for artists and viewers?’