Out of Sight, Out of Mind
We would be delighted if you would come to the launch of Out of Sight, Out of Mind exhibition and the Lothian wide programme of Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival events.
Tuesday 10th October from 6.30 to 8.30pm, at Summerhall, 1 Summerhall Place, Edinburgh
There will be entertainment on the evening, and you will be among the first to see Summerhall gallery spaces full of this years’ artworks which discuss, celebrate, reveal and highlight aspects of mental health. Everyone is welcome.
Out of Sight Out of Mind exhibition continues at Summerhall, from 11–29 Oct, Closed Mondays, 11am–6pm, and at other venues.
Getting there: https://www.summerhall.co.uk/about/location/
Accessibility: Wheelchair and limited-mobility access to Summerhall is via the side entrance on Summerhall Square. The entrance is clearly marked by the original Dick Vet gates and a host will be present in the courtyard on the evening. As you enter, The Royal Dick is situated to your right as you come in (with a ramp at the rear of the bar) and there is a ramp directly ahead of you that leads to the Box Office, Press Office and Café.
The People’s Conference is a one day inclusive event for people with lived experience of mental health issues in Lothian. It is about creating a space where people feel safe, able and welcome to be honest about their lives. It is organised by Lothian Voices
The 2017 People’s Conference, Swings and Roundabouts, was held on 3 May asked How can Health & Social Care Services help support my journey through the welfare system? The findings will be presented at Taking Stock on Thursday 25th May and the report will be available shortly after.