Marbles: Lost and Found
Creative Therapies’ exhibition Marbles: Lost and Found showcased work produced by young people from their two flagship programmes EPIC, transforming the hospital experience for children and families, and KINNECTIONS, for vulnerable young people living kinship care.
Marbles: Lost and Found Exhibition was part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017. The exhibition ran from 10th October – 5th November 2017 (9am-5pm) Therapists tours also ran on the 14th and 28th October at 10.30am and 12pm
Showcased work produced by young people from Creative therapies flagship programmes: EPIC, transforming the hospital experience for children and families, and KINNECTIONS, for vulnerable young people living in Kinship Care due to parental alcohol and substance abuse.
Mon 9th October – Friday 3rd Oct (Official Exhibition Opening 6-8pm on Wed 11th Oct)
South Block, 60 Osbourne Street, Glasgow, G1 5QH
Therapists Tours – were available on 14th and 28th October to guide you around the exhibition from a therapeutic point of view at 12pm. FREE.
Marbles: Lost and Found (RECLAIM Panel Discussion)
Hosted by Scottish Cultural Broadcaster Janice Forsyth, this discussion event shared a range of experiences and insights into mental ill-health from those who live with it, treat it and create policy to alleviate it. The panel consisted of artists, mental health agency, and healthcare professionals including singer/songwriter Emma Pollock and Simon McAuley of Project Ability.
Sat 28th October