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25th February, 2015

Making Mental Health Fashionable

Event Details

Date:
25th February, 2015
Time:
18.00
Venue:
RHS West, London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes Street W1G 0BJ
Price:
Free but booking essential

The first event from Making Mental Health Fashionable brings together a diverse range of participants to explore creative ways in which outsider art, fashion and mental health can collaborate. This event is open to UAL staff, students and the general public.

Making Mental Health Fashionable is a platform for a range of interdisciplinary projects and collaborations which aim to:
Explore the nature of creativity in art and fashion
Stimulate discussion and awareness of mental health issues
Develop creative and research activities involving art, health and fashion collaboration
Provide opportunities for students to work on creative projects with a mental health focus.

Speakers:
Dr Victoria Tischler, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at London College of Fashion
Sue Kreitzman, Artist, Curator and Fashionista
Edward M. Gómez, Senior Editor at Raw Vision
John William, LCF Lecturer, Stylist and Artist

Making Mental Health Fashionable is part of LCF’s well-being Research hub.

The talks will be followed by a panel discussion/Q&A and refreshments.

The event is free but spaces are limited so booking is essential. To book email v.tischler@fashion.arts.ac.uk


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