The illuminating ‘Dark Side’ of mental health, as artists see it

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A new exhibition and suite of programs across the Edith Cowan University and the National Art School pool thinking and experiences to create a dark space for unpacking mental health in the arts.

Everybody has a dark side, a place of fear and dread they go to voluntarily or not. Managing that part of our lives is crucial to health and well-being, as COVID-19 has highlighted. However, it requires self-awareness, courage, and resilience to confront that aspect of your psyche.

Ted Snell

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