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?
Afro Art Lab’s Fadzai Mwakutuya, invites you to an online conversation with Professor Dixon Chibanda of the Friendship Bench, a community-based therapeutic programme in Zimbabwe.
An exhibition of photographs and poems highlighting the positive benefits of skating for mental health and wellbeing, created during summer engagement sessions hosted by UHI Inverness in collaboration with the Highland Skate Parks Association.
Join us during the Lairg community for a Micro Film Festival celebrating localism, creativity and climate action in the Highlands & Islands.
Join poet Cáit O’Neill McCullagh and artist Suzie Mackenzie for a four week course of composing memoir through poetry and bookmaking for writers and makers of every level of experience.
Drop-in session exploring how much music can help to revolutionise your mental health.
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.
Rhona Mackenzie from the Highland Mindfulness Group will be offering a free 1-hour taster session at Culloden Library.
An exciting installation with 100 puppets, live storytelling and a short film called ‘Windows of Reality’, exploring local people’s experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Val Gale from the Highland Mindfulness Group will be offering a free 1-hour taster session at Tain Library.