TALK, a photography exhibition by Graham Williams, at Scottish Storytelling Centre is the start of a conversation about men’s mental health.
A group of male friends become obsessed with five mysterious sisters who are sheltered by their strict, religious parents in suburban Detroit in the mid-1970s. Screening as part of Not, Interrupted, a series of films that explore mental health on the big screen.
How do we curate potentially triggering art? This exhibition of work from Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne, Carys Reilly and Chandelle Waugh asks how artists can explore difficult work in a way that is safe for themselves and others.
It is now more than fifty years since Ernest Hemingway, at the time America’s most celebrated novelist, shot himself in the head with his favourite double-barrelled shotgun in his home in Idaho’s Sawtooth mountains. His family initially suppressed the suicide, reporting it to the press as an accidental death, but the facts behind the incident […]