BAME Women's Mental Health Series, Brick Lane Gallery – until 7 October 2018

Location: The Brick Lane Gallery 216 Brick Lane London E1 6SA

BAME Women's Mental Health Series by Mala Vadgama 

In this particular photographic series, Mala Vadgama explores mental health topics within the BAME (Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority) community of women.

When Swallows Return, Free Space Project – 30 October-20 December 2018

When Swallows Return is an exhibition of sculptures, collages and prints by Julia Mason focusing on the effects of stroke, referencing stroke survivors’ own experiences.

Launch date & Time: October 30th 2018 6.30pm — 8.30pm

Location: Free Space Project Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London, NW5 2BX

Exhibition continues from October 30th — December 20th (8.30am — 6.30pm).

Our Future Likes exhibition, Bethlem Gallery – until 16 November 2018

Our Future Likes explores on- and off-line lives, and the impact of the internet on our mental health; as well as showing some of the artists and young people taking positive steps to explore how we can make the internet a more positive and contemplative space, where we can begin to take charge of our futures.

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I'm Still Here exhibition, London – 19 September-4 November 2018

I'm Still Here is the Koestler Trust’s eleventh exhibition in partnership with Southbank Centre; this year’s work has been selected by the families of current prisoners.

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(In)visible exhibition, Bethnal Green – 9-14 October 2018

(In)visible brings together an international group of artists who create work concerned with self-expression, communication and therapeutic release. The show has been curated to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October.

9-14 October 2018

Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG 

Open daily 1 - 7pm (Sunday 1 - 5pm)

Please see attached document for full details.

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Bobby Baker’s Great & Tiny War, Newcastle – from 7 September 2018

Bobby Baker's latest work focuses on her own family history and the domestic experiences of women during the First World War, creating an immersive multi-media art installation in a terraced Newcastle house.

7 September to 9 November 2018

Representing the body: art, physiology and pathology, UCL – 15-26 October 2018

Representing the Body is a new exhibition of artwork by Andrew Carnie, in collaboration with Kimberley Whitehead in the Department of Neuroscience and Matthew Beaumont in the Department of English Literature.

The exhibition is at UCL’s Pathology Museum from Monday Oct 15-Friday Oct 26 2018.

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"I Want to Live" workshops, Kentish Town – 13 September-4 October 2018

This series of four workshops led by artist and suicide attempt survivor Daniel Regan explore suicide, loss and bereavement. They will use a variety of creative techniques to support those who have been suicidal or attempted suicide, or lost family or friends who have taken their own lives.

Workshops are held at 6pm on four successive Thursdays: 13, 20 and 27 September, and 4 October.

Thanks for everything – until November 2018

An exhibition at the Royal Brompton NHS Foundation Trust created by ceramicist artist Carrie Reichardt is reflecting on public gratitude for the NHS and its caring staff, in celebration of the NHS 70th anniversary.

Carrie Reichardt collated imagery gathered by rb&hArts volunteers from Royal London Hospital Archives, which houses the Trust’s historical collection, creating her own interpretation. These tiles, along with new material created during workshops, will form part of a permanent legacy artwork for the Trust.

One in Four – 14-18 August 2018

Lewisham Art House is showcasing a joint exhibition by artists Laura Greenway and Carlie Simpkin, providing an intimate look into the lives of those affected by psychiatric disorders.


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