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Mental Health and Art Panel Discussion

November 8th @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Artlink Hull

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Artlink has organised a panel discussion on exploring art and mental health as part of the Maybe It’s The World That’s Mad programme with Mad Pride Hull. Come a long to take part in the this friendly and informal discussion on 08 November from 6-8 PM.

Light refreshments will be available. Just turn up, no need to book.

The panel will be made up of a varied group of people, you can find out a bit about them below.

This event will be BSL interpreted by Dave Wycherley.

Mathias T. Christensen
I am a multidisciplinary artist, performer, writer  and  form part of Mad Pride Hull. I  organize the Chaos Office workshops – a playful, performative session for breaking down and transforming the bureaucracy and professionalism of office workplaces. We invite participants to freely explore and set free their own individualities and creativity in the office.

Sam Donaldson
I am a community worker and poet, and a member of Mad Pride Hull. I have experience of my own journey with the highs and lows that are often labelled as “bipolar”.

Kaitlyn Robson
Hello, I am Kaitlyn Robson and I am 16 years old. I represent Hull as a Youth Parliament representative (MYP). I also volunteer to HeadStart Hull  and wrote and recorded one of the poems in the You are Not Alone soundscape. I volunteer because I want to change the stigma around mental health and help improve the resilience and emotional well-being of young people.

Kenn Taylor
I’m Kenn Taylor, I’m the Creative Director of Artlink Hull and a writer with a particular interest in culture, community and the urban environment. I was diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when I was 20 and have experienced different mental health challenges in my life as well having volunteered and worked on mental health related projects.

 

Details

Date:
November 8th
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Artlink Hull
United Kingdom

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Arts Council Hull City Council