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Large Arts & Well-being Events

Event Posters include: /data/dynamic/spaw/documents/springforward colour A3 Poster-4.pdf

2012: Transition Project for Marie Curie, with young people who have life threatening illnesses

Arts coaching and support of 6 young people with severe and complex physical health needs to design and develop a visual art exhibition within the programme conference and a staged reading at the House of Commons

2010: For Emergence at Together Our Gallery, London

Development and management of an arts event with over 15 artists, including workshops, debates and performances

2009: Creative Personalities at Leeds Carriage Works

As below, but with specially commissioned regional theatre/ art performances

2008 & 9: Springforward at Lillian Baylis, London, for Lambeth PCT

Celebration of a year long wellbeing programme in Lambeth in line with the wellbeing delivery strategy. Included performances, choir singing, exhibitions

2007: Personality + Launch at Tate Modern

A day of films, exhibitions, workshops, performances, debates and artists talks with and for people who identified with the diagnosis of Personality Disorder

1996- 2000: Visual Art Exhibitions for South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, London

With Metropolitan Housing Trust and Stonewall- Beyond Perceptions, a large 2- week visual arts event in a disused maternity unit in SW London cahllenging the stigma associated with mental health. over 20 exhibiting artists, workshops, debates

At Redfern gallery- a major retrospective of visual art works made in 4 acute and rehab wards at SLAm

in SLAM Lambeth Hospital Building. A large visual art show & sale in the entire new hospital, spanning 2 floors of art work made by mental health service users and local artists. The  event was staged just before the site was due to open, so the public were able to enter and view the new site. Officially opened by Jo Brand.

London Arts and Health Forum mental health event at Bethlem Hospital with exhibitions, music and debates

1994-98: Foundation Btec Fashion Shows for Central St Martin's School of Art & Design (UAL)

co design and management of final fashion shows, and static exhibitions

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