Talks and discussions

Arts and Mental Health: Inclusion and Exclusion – 28 October

A film screening and panel discussion.

Who might you be today? Bromley Central Library – 15 November

An event organised by Researchnet (an Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust service user and carers research group). The evening programme consists of a presentation by the artist Kim Noble who has Dissociative Identity Disorder. She will talk about her unique story and showcase over 13 personalities’ artwork.

Following the main presentation there will be discussion groups led by Researchnet members focusing on the issues raised on Mental Health and Art.  A free event, but places are limited.


The Anatomy Season

A series of conversations, performances and workshops inspired by the theme of anatomy featuring artists, anatomists, medics and thinkers. The Season will take place across London in venues including Sadler’s Wells, Wellcome Collection, Hunterian Museum and Whitechapel Gallery.

How does the way that bodies are represented in medical culture affect our ways of thinking about them? How does the way anatomy is taught influence doctors attitudes towards their patients? What do artists know about anatomy? Is seeing believing?


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