A Year of Drawing: how will you make your mark?
Jane Fox and Barbara de Grunwald
with Make Your Mark
Part of A Year of Drawing
Join Make Your Mark for this free, drop in drawing event as part of a Year of Drawing
A Year of Drawing, a new year-long drawing project organised by Make Your Mark, the arts and health programme for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, will increase access to the arts for people facing mental health challenges and their carers through participatory drawing events across Sussex and Hampshire.
How will you make your mark? What can you use to make a mark? What will happen once you begin? Are you curious about where drawing can take you? Facilitated by a professional artist and a peer arts worker with lived experience of mental health challenges, these drop in workshops are open to everyone (all ages, skills and experience), and will encourage you to consider the possibilities of drawing. Stop by for ten minutes or stay for the whole day and experience the energy that is created when people get together to make their mark.
For more information on a Year of Drawing, please visit www.makeyourmarknhs.co.uk.
For more information on this event at The Hawth, please visit https://www.parkwoodtheatres.co.uk/The-Hawth/show/007c0705-fa89-e711-810a-8c7a76357171/a-year-of-dra...
A Year of Drawing is funded by Heads On through generous grants from Arts Council England, Chalk Cliff Trust, John Horniman's Children's Trust and Rockinghorse Children's Charity.
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This is a free event
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Make Your Mark - Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
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