Film

we depend on each other

Four immigrant women discuss the mental health challenges they faced after arriving in Scotland in this short documentary by Bircan Birol.

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.

Writing

Surviving Stigma

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

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.

Visual Arts

Hard to Look at

Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh
FREE
18+

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. 

Writing

Talk Menopause

Mearns Library, Newton Mearns
FREE

Try using poetry and smartphone photography as creative mediums to start conversations about your lived experience of the menopause and mental health in this relaxed drop-in workshop.

Writing

Talk Menopause: A Female Celebration

Mure Hall, Uplawmoor
FREE

RAMH Acumen host this celebration of the female, a day to provide you with the tools you need to help manage mental health and physical wellbeing throughout menopause.

Writing

Talk Menopause

Barrhead Foundry, Barrhead
FREE

Try using poetry and smartphone photography as creative mediums to start conversations about your lived experience of the menopause and mental health in this relaxed drop-in workshop.

Film

Small Talk, Big Data

CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow
FREE

In this interactive showcase event, the Mental Health Foundation and the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow, present three short films exploring mental health during the perinatal period.