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ROOM 6.4 / Artists and Mental Health
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS
September 2018 – February 2019
"Madness is a gift from the gods." Plato
"We of the craft are all crazy." Lord Byron
Is mental health a problem or a gift? One in four adults lives with a mental health condition yet this illness often remains shrouded. hARTslane is offering a platform to examine mental health through the experience of artists and their work, to raise awareness and to advocate for the arts as a tool to wellbeing.
ROOM 6.0 focuses on a relevant contemporary issue every 6 months and will provide a forum for exploration and cultural engagement on current affairs. Submissions are welcome from artists and curators alike. The specific topic can be addressed through collaborative and site specific projects, exhibitions, workshops, talks and screenings.
The programme welcomes proposals from UK based as well as international art practicioners
Confirmed events (in progress)
”Control”, 20- 23 September 2018, also part of DeptfordX Fringe
”INTRUSIONS”, 11-14 October 2018, Exhibition
”A Place for Friends”, 12-19 November 2018, Exhibition
“In Need of Space”, 20 November, An evening of talks focusing on practical and possible methods to work through the problem of space in London.
”PASSAGGIATINA“, 6-8 December 2018, Exhibition
”No Wall Space”, 17-19 December 2018, Exhibition
”Love on the Isle of Dogs and other Intimate Stories”, 18-21 January 2019, Exhibition
EAST - OOST - OST
An International Art Exchange project in the field of art education for children from neighbourhoods from three European Capitals: East London, Amsterdam Oost and Ost Berlin. The creative programme of “share, connect and exchange” will last for 2 years and will culminate in the Amsterdam Kinder Biennale 2020.
Initiated by De Rode Loper op School - Art Education Amsterdam (NL).
In collaboration with the Hermitage Primary School, Tower Hamlet, London.
PV Thursday 28th of February, 6-9
A collaboration between Drawing and Sculpture students from Camberwell College of Arts:
A collaborative work made by seven artists of diverse practices. Using found materials to create a single composition, it attempts to find common ground between its participants in order to present an example of artistic cooperation at a time that is so frequently characterised by dislocation and confusion.
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