Piecing it Together: Exhibition

Event details

Event date: 
13 June 2016
14 June 2016
15 June 2016
16 June 2016
17 June 2016
Event duration: 
8 Hours Monday to Friday
Type of event: 
Target audience and any restrictions: 
General public, service users, and anyone with an interest in destigmatising mental health
All ages
Access for wheelchair users: 
Venue name: 
Art Project/Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital
St Pancras Way
The Conference Centre is on the right as you enter the hospital


Ticket availability: 
Unlimited places - just turn up
Email address to reserve a place: 
Telephone number to reserve a place: 
0207 9168416

About the event

From January - September 2015 the artist Alexa Wright was Artist in Residence at North and South Camden NHS Foundation Trust recovery centres. These organisations promote recovery for people who have been in a state of crisis during an acute period of mental ill-health. For the duration of the residency Alexa ran weekly workshops which offered an opportunity for people to express their recent experiences of mental ill-health visually by making collages and taking photographs. An exhibition of the collages in the form of (up to 45) high quality A3 and A2 digital prints mounted on foamboard, along with some short statements written by the project participants will take place at the Arts Project, St Pancras Hospital from late May-end July 2016. A series of small photo-text books made by individual participants and a separate video work in progress by the artist will also be exhibited.  

The is an Symposium and gallery talk connected to the exhibition on Thursday 16th June, 5.30-7.30pm further details for this event can be found here.

The collages are documented here: http://piecingittogether.org/2015/07/27/442/ the password is: zebra.

Piecing it together is the spring exhibition in a Four Season’s programme of exhibitions curated by The Arts Project at St Pancras Hospital Conference Centre Gallery Space.

The exhibition runs from the 2nd May - 4th July 2016, Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm


St Pancras Hospital Arts Project
Peter Herbert
0207 916 8416


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