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?
A photo essay by Kirsty Anne Watters from a Sunrise Walk to Irvine Beach, as part of SMHAF 2023.
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 North Ayrshire programme.
Learn straw weaving and plaiting techniques with Julia Bovee during this day-long craft workshop.
A series of five short online workshops for busy people who want to be mindful people, led by Molly Murray, owner of Seahorse Bookstore in North Ayrshire.
AIMS Advocacy host a zine-making workshop with Stevenston Library. Exploring themes of mental health through facilitated discussion, you will work collectively to create writing and collage and go home with your very own zine.
Kids are invited to come along and improve their mental health and wellbeing with some mindful arts and crafts this October.
Sit back, relax and entertain the kids for an hour or two with a family film at the Harbour Arts Centre.
Join North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership and partners to walk from the darkness of the night to embrace a new day, remembering there is always hope.
AIMS Advocacy and Trindlemoss Day Opportunities present their collaborative artwork: ‘What does advocacy mean to you?’.