Summer Exhibition

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Event details

Event date: 
3 June 2015
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13 June 2015
14 June 2015
15 June 2015
Time: 
13:00
Event duration: 
2 hours
Type of event: 
Exhibition
Suitability: 
All ages
Access for wheelchair users: 
Yes
Venue name: 
Highgate Mental Health Centre
Dartmouth Park Hill
N19 5NX

Booking

Ticket availability: 
Unlimited places - just turn up

About the event

Highgate Mental Health Centre (HMHC) is delighted to introduce their new Summer Exhibition – featuring a wonderfully diverse range of work by artists who have spent time at the centre. Much of the work on display has been created during art groups which are offered as part of the occupational therapy (OT) programme at HMHC. The OT team is comprised of qualified Occupational Therapists, Technical Instructors and other specialists. The team works with people of all ages to help them carry out activities that they need or want to do in their daily lives. All people spending time at HMHC are encouraged to engage with OT as part of their treatment programme, with different groups and activities available according to each individual’s interests and needs. There are a number of creative groups such as open art, art and music therapy as well as more practical groups which include cookery and computing. Open art space is a group session where people are given the opportunity to work freely on individual art work and projects in a creative environment. There is also an arts project group which aims to enhance the environment at HMHC by working towards creating art work for temporary exhibitions or for permanent display.

Many of the works in the exhibition are for sale with a percentage of each sale donated to fund more arts based projects at HMHC.

The exhibition is open for viewing every day of creativity and wellbeing week between 13:00 and 15:00.

Organiser

Highgate Mental Health Centre
Annabelle Bond
07967548189
annabelle.bond@candi.nhs.uk

Location

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