Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival: Glasgow
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival will take place in venues across Scotland from 10th - 29th October 2017.
About Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival: Glasgow
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival will take place in venues across Scotland from 10th - 29th October 2017. Led by the Mental Health Foundation.
A significant event in Scotland’s cultural calendar, the festival takes a positive stance on mental health, celebrating artistic endeavour by those with experience of mental health issues and connecting audiences to creative and innovative work. Together with a wide range of mental health organisations, arts bodies, community groups and artists, we aim to challenge stigma and promote social change.
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