Visual Arts

Mary Barnes: Rebirth

The Chapel Royal, Falkland

This special event reflects upon Mary Barnes’s life in Scotland, her deep connection to nature and her spiritual beliefs. Join us at Falkland in a celebration of her life and legacy, a place she lived and her final place of rest.

Hard to Look At: Exhibition Review

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.


Surviving Stigma

Clarice Pears Building, School of Health & Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Glasgow

Join SAY Women, the Village Storytelling Centre and Dr Nic Dickson for the launch of a new Public Information Comic created with young women who are survivors of sexual abuse and recent homelessness.


The Snake Pit

Heart of Hawick, Hawick
£5 / £3

In this psychological drama, Virginia Cunningham (Olivia de Havilland) is confused upon finding herself in a mental hospital, with no memory of her arrival at the institution. Screening as part of Not, Interrupted, a series of films that explore mental health on the big screen.

Visual Arts

Reside Art Studio: Revolution 

6 October 2023-15 October 2023
Reside Art Studio, Glasgow

This exhibition will showcase artworks produced by Glasgow-based artists and professionals working in mental health, trauma and early adversity.


Stephen + Q&A

Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow
£10.90 / £7.90

A preview of this innovative and urgent documentary about a man’s quest to transform his life after a legacy of trauma and addiction, featuring a Q&A with director Melanie Manchot.


Nikki Kilburn: Our Voices

Nikki Kilburn has created a collection of “five empowered portraits of women of colour with a lived experience of racialised trauma” accompanied by an audio narrative.