Past events - 2015

12 June 2015
Tales for Tea

I will be reading a short story at Made-Well, Hatherleigh and using the story as a vessell to allow free discussion through the character of the story which enables free discussion without worry of stigma.  This kind of shared experienc

12 June 2015
Isledon Road mental Health Resource Centre

IN THE SCENE - An Art Exhibition entitled “IN THE SCENE” will showcase and demonstrate the valuable role that CREATIVITY plays within the Centre.

12.30 WELCOME: Opening Speech.

13.00 Healthy Lunchtime.

12 June 2015
Spare Tyre

This workshop (closed) is part of a series of workshops by Spare Tyre, delivered to users of Uniting Friends.

12 June 2015
Free Space Gallery

Join the Free Space Gallery for the opening evening of our exhibition Maurien Venables. Maurien has been creating artwork for the last 60 years, currently in her 80s she works primarily on her computer to create colourful and interwoven patterns influenced by her years in the creative industries.

12 June 2015
London Bubble Theatre Company

Friday 12th June
Time TBC

13 June 2015
ACAVA (Association for Cultural Advancement through Visual Art)

ACAVA have been working in partnership with members of north Kensington community to develop art works for permanent display within the St Charles Centre.

13 June 2015
Broken Branches Collective

An experiential afternoon creating art in the woods. We will use the woods as our canvas and medium to playfully explore the connection between nature and our natural creativity.

13 June 2015, 14 June 2015
National Portrait Gallery

To celebrate London Creativity and Wellbeing Week, join yogi and artist Jagat Joti Kaur for a journey of meditative self portraiture.

13 June 2015, 14 June 2015
Milestones Trust

The Recovery Pathway is a service run by the charity Milestones Trust, which provides mental health support in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset, within residential and community settings.

13 June 2015, 14 June 2015
National Portrait Gallery

To celebrate London Creativity and Wellbeing Week, join yogi and artist Jagat Joti Kaur for a journey of meditative self portraiture.

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