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Interview: Why Art & Academia Can Tackle Mental Health Issues

23/03/15

We talked to reVision member Malcolm Kinney about the film programme for Group Therapy, and what he thinks about the current state of care in the mental health sector. What is reVision? reVision is a…
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Madlove Activities: Get Involved

20/03/15

From chocolate making to knitting, kung fu to meditation, share your skills and interests with others as part of the Madlove activity programme!  Madlove, part of our current Group Therapy exhibition …
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Curating a Family-Friendly Pop-Up Cinema

19/03/15

A behind the scenes look at the collaborative creative process that led to Freehand's pop-up family film festival this weekend in Toxteth This Saturday, Toxeth Town Hall will be transformed into all t…
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Technology is Not a New Concept for Mental Health

18/03/15

From electroconvulsive therapy machines, to our present-day use of apps to diagnose our symptoms and offer a cure, our relationship with technology is intrinsically linked to our experiences of mental…
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A spotlight on Katriona Beales: White Matter

18/03/15

Katriona Beales' White Matter presents her ongoing research into Internet addiction, as well as the black mirror of the screen and its historical antecedents.  The Mexica people treasured obsidian - a…
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Remembered? Completed.

17/03/15

Jay Bell, working with our Veterans in Practice group, uncovers the process of putting together their project Remembered?, now on display in the FACT foyer. So, Remembered? is finished and even has a …
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Group Therapy: a literal and metaphorical maze

17/03/15

"The connection between mental disturbance in the individual and in society as a whole is a recurrent one." Paul O’Hanrahan explores some of his favourite pieces from the exhibition. Group Therapy: Me…
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