Headspace 2012

Headspace programThere is something for all ages, music,drama,visual arts exhibition, writing performances as well as a workshops.

  1st to 31st October 2012

 

Headspace is a vibrant and thought-provoking celebration of the mental health and wellbeing multi-arts projects that regularly enrich Glasgow’s North East, harnessing the character, energy and creativity of individuals and local community groups.

Programme

Headspace programme, pdf 234kb

The theme 2012: 'Walking in my shoes'

Headspace uses a theme to sow the creative seeds for a programme with something for everyone: stunning exhibitions, thought-provoking performances, rousing creative writing workshops, thrilling music performances and much more, all set within a relaxed, friendly environment peppered with plenty of patter.

The Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival promotional flyer.
Headspace – October 2011

 

Venue

Make space for Headspace this October, proudly hosted at Platform: a modern aspirational arts venue for Glasgow’s East.

Free events

Most events are free, with some exceptions; please see individual event listings (Headspace brochure attached) for detail.

The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival(SMHAFF) Platform and Positive Mental Attitudes are working in partnership to bring the north east Glasgow Headspace Festival together.

Celebration for good mental health and wellbeing

The purpose of the festival is to celebrate the importance of good mental health and promote well being,how being involved in the arts can help us maintain good mental health. Building on the success of last years Headspace,we are hoping to make this years event even better!

Headspace is a partnership between Positive Mental Attitudes & Platform in collaboration with SMHAFF.


Updated 11/06/2012

Showcase Event October 2011. Contact Pamela Clark 0141 7734937 if you want to attend.Annual Showcase Event

 Monday 03 to 07 October 2011

National Poetry Competition announced by Bipolar Scotland

This year Bipolar Scotland are running a poetry competition open to all over 16s in Scotland as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival. The theme of the competition is �Memory and Dreams�.

For more information and details on how to enter please contact:

Contact

For more information and details on how to enter please contact:
Aileen Bell
Development Officer
Bipolar Scotland
Studio 1015 Mile End Mill
Abbeymill Business Centre
Seedhill Road
Paisley PA1 1TJ
Tel: 0141 560 2050

or visit:

 Positive Mental Attitudes

Platform