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?
Talking Heads volunteer Dipalika Mohanty has created this artistic response to The Reconnect Collection, a joint exhibition by Project Ability and Art in the Gart.
Talking Heads volunteer Sarah Visser writes about Speakin’ Oor Mind, an informal spoken word and open mic event hosted by See Me as part of SMHAF 2023.
Jamie Bolland was commissioned to develop a processional performance and a series of downloadable pamphlets inspired by our ‘revolution’ theme.
This podcast by Sarah Visser explores the long and winding road that is the history of mental healthcare and how Mary Barnes’s story can inspire the use of creativity to promote recovery.
Ahead of the upcoming Bridging the Gap: Outsiders film screening in Glasgow at SMHAF, filmmakers Meray Diner and Riad Arfin spoke to Dan Shay to share reflections on their experiences during the filmmaking process and the questions their films provoke.
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.
Four immigrant women discuss the mental health challenges they faced after arriving in Scotland in this short documentary by Bircan Birol.
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.