Men­tal health

Hull Daily Mail - - NEWS -

HULL: An ex­hi­bi­tion en­cour­ag­ing peo­ple to speak out about men­tal health is be­ing held in Princes Av­enue.

Un­til Novem­ber 23, Artlink Hull and Mad Pride Hull have col­lab­o­rated to cre­ate a pro­gramme of work­shops called “Maybe It’s The World That’s Mad,”.

It is aimed at cel­e­brat­ing dif­fer­ences rather than stig­ma­tis­ing them.

Kenn Tay­lor, cre­ative di­rec­tor at Artlink Hull, said: We ask the au­di­ence to con­sider the mad­ness of to­day’s world, its sys­tems, struc­tures and im­posed stress that af­fect our men­tal well-be­ing; and to re­flect on how this might be dif­fer­ent. The ex­hi­bi­tion will in­clude an in­ter­ac­tive sculp­ture and fab­ric ban­ners made in pub­lic work­shops pre­ced­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion, as well as a Chaos Of­fice, in which the par­tic­i­pants can break free from the con­straints of ac­cept­able of­fice be­hav­iour.”

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