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Art for Wellbeing with LGBT Health

LGBT Health and Wellbeing Glasgow is hosting the first Art for Wellbeing class of 2018 this coming Monday (22 Jan). Art can play a big role in recovery and these sessions are perfect for folk to start out getting creative in a supportive and friendly atmosphere. No artistic experience is necessary to come along and […]

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An Interview with Johnnie Miller from GalGael

We continue our series in Art of Recovery interviews with a chat I had with Johnnie Miller of GalGael. GalGael is a community enterprise where people can come to learn about woodwork and woodcraft. It is a welcoming and supportive organisation that helps folk from all walks of life to develop their skills, above and […]

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An Interview with Joe Djalani

Early this September we attended the GAMH run Art of Recovery event at Bellahouston Park. It was a wonderful day (despite the rain), we got a chance to meet various interesting people involved in art therapy and recovery. As promised we’re proud to present an interview from the day. Joe Djalani, a Glasgow based musician […]

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Expression of Depression Through Art

A couple of months back I shared some work by Christopher Grady AKA Lunarbaboon, an artist who tries to make sense of the world and family life through his comics. I came across another artist today, Sow Ay, who also tackles the daily battle with depression and anxiety through art. You can find more of […]

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What my art has taught me about myself

An audio clip from our Community Correspondent David Bradley It’s well known that art can help us to express our feelings. But for David, it’s more than that. When he looks at his paintings, he understands more about himself. He explains here. Transcript: I just think, how art has helped me. Life isn’t pefect, when […]

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