#BigFeels: Creating Space for Mental Health in the Arts Symposium
May 29 @ 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
One event on May 30, 2018 at 10:00am
Workman Arts is excited to announce #BigFeels: Creating Space for Mental Health in the Arts, taking place May 28-30, 2018 in Toronto.
Join us to explore engaging topics that relate to:
· Resource sharing to support more equitable, engaging and inclusive spaces;
· How we better support artists with mental health lived experiences;
· Mindfulness towards better incorporating processes and approaches to mental wellness within our organizations;
· Creating connections with youth and racialized communities to have more meaningful conversations around mental health.
Presenters include keynote speaker Syrus Marcus Ware; Elder Little Brown Bear leading a workshop on Sacred Aboriginal Healing and leading one-on-one discussions with participants; exploring Mad Art and the Political Aesthetics of a Social Movement with Jenna Reid, Twoey Gray and Cassandra Myers; Building a Culture of Positive Workplace Mental Health with Mike Prosserman; and many more!
Explore our Community Resource Sharing area and learn about organizations that are doing work to support mental health, while also participating in some community arts making stations.
#BigFeels will bring together artists with lived experience, arts organizations, advocacy and support mental health organizations and diverse community members to explore and learn together.
For a full schedule please visit: www.workmanarts.com/bigfeels.
Register Now! Registration closes May 21, 2018 at midnight.
*Subsidized tickets are available to individuals who require accommodation.
*All venues are fully accessible
*ASL is available
*Please note any accessibility requests during registration or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
#BigFeels is made possible thanks to generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.