The Creatively Minded: create for change arts-based workshop takes place on 13 April 2022, organised by Healthy London Partnership, Black Thrive, Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind, Partnership for Young London and ThriveLDN.
This workshop is being delivered to promote the role of creativity in young people from Black and Asian backgrounds and example ways to develop transformation change and service improvement to support Black and Asian young people differently.
This event is open to you if you are between 12-25 years old and living, studying, or working in London.
Join us for this warm, informal, and participatory event to understand what art and culture could, and needs to do, for young people’s mental health in London.
Scan to access the Creatively Minded event page:
If you are joining us on the day, you can find the workshop programme for your age group through these links:
- Event programme for 12 – 15 age group
- Event programme for 15 – 17 age group
- Event programme for 17 – 20 age group
- Event programme for 20 – 25 young adults group
This event is an important space for young people, artists, mental health professionals, youth workers, cultural providers, and researchers to be in the same room and share how we can work more closely, share knowledge, access resources more easily and collectively imagine how art can serve young people and their mental health.
It is a space to dream big, imagine something not yet real and listen to each other’s experiences, achievements, and ambitions for mental health support in London.
Art is the expression of human creative skill and imagination; it acts as a mechanism for social change by producing work that holds emotional power with the ability to influence how people think and feel.
Sharing the day
Please feel free to post, take pictures and share videos on this event.
Remember to include the hashtags:
#CreativelyMindedLDN and #youngMHLondon
And follow and tag us on your social media channels so we can reshare your posts:
@healthyLDN (Twitter and TikTok)
@ThriveLDN (Instagram, TikTok, Twitter)
We ask that attendees are respectful of people who may not want to be included in your photos and videos.
The purpose of this event is to:
- Use arts-based engagement & research to gather and share insights from the CYP MH Equalities Listening project.
- Empower participants to develop new skills and create their own artworks to express themselves.
- Produce creative pieces of art to engage with the mental health system about the lived experiences of Black and Asian young people in London.
- To see how arts-based activities impact individuals mental health and wellbeing.
If you have any queries about this event, please contact: email@example.com.