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Symposium: Making Sense of the World through Art – 11 June 2021

Date: Friday 11 June 2021
Location:

  • In person: Building 10.131 Lecture Theatre and Building 10 Foyer, Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley Campus

  • Also available by Webinar

Website/bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=769167&

ECU Galleries have partnered with the National Art School in Sydney to present Frame of mind: Mental health and the Arts. Artists and experts from WA and NSW will participate in this innovative public program to explore the mental health challenges faced by artists, and how artists engage with mental health themes within their work. themes of the symposium include: Making Sense, Finding Solace, Taking Control and Confronting Fear. Contributors include Clive Barstow, Ted Snell, Anna Nazzari, Paul Uhlmann, Carla Adams, D’Arcy Coad, Joanne Dickson, Nick Abbey, Mary Moore, Tyrone Waigana, Lyndall Adams, and Stormie Mills. The event is available via webinar and in person.

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