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ART

Virtual

EXHIBIT

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a public art exhibition for exploring mental health

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i-Matter

exploring mental health
through art because
I do matter everyday

May 18, 2024

 

Join us in exploring Mosaics of Mental Health through a virtual art exhibit– a socially engaged art experience that breaks down societal stigmas and offers an opportunity to encounter and understand mental health through the lens of art. Through this virtual exhibition, we would like to reach beyond the gallery walls to examine creativity’s role in mental health, resiliency, and compassion.

 

We invited artists in this event to display their art featuring around the theme of mental health. The project's main exhibition, Exploring Mental Health Through Art, explores the impact that mental illness is having on society, and the role the arts can play to both encourage positive self-expression and guide effective mental health promotion and treatment. We would like to take this opportunity to examine creative responses to mental health conditions through the inclusion of artworks made by artists who would like to express their concerns of mental health. 

 

i-Matter creates this exhibition that is both accessible to the public and is enlivened by creative expressions that come from the public. It serves as a safe space for creative exploration, shared understanding, inspiration, and emotional learning. i-Matter takes the form of a social media campaign and consists of personal messages and storytelling about finding one’s way toward better mental health, as well as an artistic works component that expresses this journey creatively. iMatter is a communication platform for the exchange of creative energy that can positively lead toward better mental health.

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TAHW Festival Art Exhibit

a public art exhibition for children to explore the theme of senior mental health during the Taiwanese American Heritage Week Festival held at Barnes Park on May 20, 2023.

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EXPLORING
Mental Health
THROUGH ART

Integrating a socially engaged art experience breaks down societal stigmas and offers an opportunity to encounter and understand mental health through the lens of contemporary craft.

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