Using the canal surroundings and personal experiences, Inesa Vėlavičiūtė reports on how participants in this wellbeing walk wove a fictional story step by step.
Talking Heads volunteer Inesa shares her experience and artwork from Seeding Stories of Change, a creative workshop led by Fountainbridge Canalside Community Trust.
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.
Picture the scene: on a warm autumn day, a boat takes you on an artistic journey while cruising along the canal. Inesa Vėlavičiūtė reports on this workshop by Fountainbridge Canalside Community Trust through writing and video.
For as long as human beings have been creating art, nature has been a source of inspiration. Inesa Vėlavičiūtė reports on this sketching workshop, part of Canalside Stories.
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.
Rachel Alexander describes her experience participating in an art and writing workshop with The Alma Project, exploring the question: What does protest mean for you?.
This Pecha Kucha night showcased budding North Lanarkshire artists and their creative ideas regarding mental health awareness and support
In September 2023, Talking Heads volunteer Barry Fairweather asked his fellow writers from Art Angel to come up with a piece of writing or prose with the subject of ‘revolution’, the theme of this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.
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.