Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery: connecting communities for mental health and wellbeing20 April 2018,
The Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery (CPMR) programme offers a radical shift in vision in mental health, encouraging the forming of resilient communities of mutual hope, compassion and solidarity.
Recovering from multiple bereavements through creative practice16 April 2018, Guest Blogger
How can arts and creative practices be used for mutual recovery? Paul Crawford tells his remarkable story of how he was mutually recovered.
Nicola Sturgeon talks to us about the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival8 November 2017, Guest Blogger
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks to us about the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.
Winner announced for first Mental Health Fringe Award at Edinburgh Festival25 August 2017,
Mental, by Kane Power Theatre beat off competition from almost 50 entries to win the inaugural award.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe: A Gala for Mental Health15 August 2016, Andrew Eaton-Lewis
Andrew Eaton-Lewis previews our Gala for Mental Health at the Edinurgh Festival Fringe this week.
Is singing good news for care homes?3 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Evan Dawson explains Live Music Now's project to create a choir in every care home.
Arts, mental health and social justice in New Haven, Connecticut15 July 2016, Gail Aldam
Gail Aldam reflects on her recent trip when she spent a month working in the Programme for Recovery and Community Health at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in the United States.
The Dust of Everyday Life
An annual symposium on the arts, mental health, stigma and social justice.
The Dust of Everyday Life17 March 2016, Andrew Eaton-Lewis
Andrew Eaton-Lewis previews The Dust of Everyday Life – a one-day symposium on the arts and mental health – which returns to Glasgow next month.