Competitions & Events

FoNline Website & Program Launches!

Due to sudden changes in COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia this November, the organisers of the Festival of Now had to make the sad decision to cancel our face-to-face Festival on Wauwi (Light Square). However, our team is committed to celebrating mental health and wellbeing in South Australia in 2020 and have put together an…

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Festival of Now goes online

Due to sudden changes in COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia the organisers of the Festival of Now have had to make the sad decision to cancel our face-to-face Festival on Wauwi (Light Square) on Friday 4 December. However we are committed to delivering our community an online Festival that will run from 10:30am to 3.30pm…

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Review: Poetry Prescribed

It’s a wet and windy Friday night as we step inside Chateau Apollo for Poetry Prescribed. The event is a collaboration between mindshare and Draw Your S(words) who regularly host open mic poetry nights at the venue. It’s a dream combination and I’m excited to experience a celebration of poetry and mental health discussion to…

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mindshare Instagram Takeovers

Stuck in quarantine or don’t feel like leaving the house this Mental Health Week? Well, make sure you follow mindshare.sa on Instagram! You’ll be able to tune into our interactive Instagram takeovers by local lived experience ambassadors and mindshare artists all Mental Health Week.   Featuring:   Mali Isabel: My Purpose as a young Indigenous Artist &…

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Our 2020 Exhibition Is Live Across Adelaide City!

A huge thank you to Adelaide City Libraries and North Adelaide Community Centre for supporting this year’s mindshare exhibition! We’re able to showcase a huge range of works in 2020, and reach so many more community members, which helps us start and build on important conversations this Mental Health Awareness Month and Mental Health Week. Lived Experience is…

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Poetry Workshops & Showcase for Mental Health Week

“POETRY FOR THE TERRIFIED” WORKSHOPS Poetry can be a powerful form of self-expression and is a great way to support wellbeing—improving mood, strengthening cognitive health and fostering positive self-reflection. This Mental Health Week, mindshare will be hosting an online poetry workshop led by spoken word legends Alison Paradoxx and Wallis Prophet. Participants will be guided…

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