mindshare’s Group Exhibition Extending Across Adelaide City
By Anna Jeavons
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By exhibiting extensively across Adelaide this mental health month, we at mindshare hope to create space for conversations around personal lived experience, stigma, and wellbeing. We believe that sharing and listening to each other’s stories—in whatever unique form they take—is key to building empathy and understanding.
There are so many great artists involved in this project, sharing both their artwork and their lived experience in conversation. Feature artist Daria Healy-Koljanin says:
“Everything I embody comes through my creative practice. Everything I am is a complex mix of mental illness, trauma and shifting identity. Creativity to me is like breathing and if I’m not doing it in some form I feel stagnant. It helps me unpack my mind and calm it.”
This year’s mindshare Group Exhibition includes works from Life Without Barriers’ Living Arts program, Neami National’s Neami Arts, and practicing artists connected to mindshare.
Stay tuned for access to exhibition pieces online here.
Poster artwork by the amazing Bel Short.