How I make It Work

Exhibition runs:  10th - 14th October 2017

Open daily:  12.30pm - 5.30pm

This exciting exhibition of paintings, prints, photography, 3D artworks and writing are created by local artists. The ‘How I Make It Work’ exhibition responds to the theme of mental health and wellbeing in day-to-day life and in the workplace.

How I make It Work free Creative Workshops at 44AD
Come and join us and for Free creative workshops inspired by the 5 ways to wellbeing (Connect, Keep Learning, Be Active, Give and Take Notice). This stimulating programme includes singing, drama, visual arts, writing and movement.

Tuesday 10th October

9.30am – 12.30   Brunch and talk about Mental Health in the Workplace

Learn how to spot signs of ill mental health, appropriate communication, implement wellbeing support.
Donation £5 on the door.
Contact Hannah to book 01225 617981
hannahroper@bathmind.org.uk

12.45 – 1.30pm   Singing
No Booking required

Weds 11th October

10am – noon   Story making and walking - Making It Up As You Go Along

Create stories by walking, noticing, making connections & pealing back the veneer of ordinariness that obscures the extraordinary within.

Thursday 12th October

10am – noon   Painting and Textiles - Collaborative batik banner

Using vibrant coloured dyes and hot wax we will explore the ancient art of batik to create a textile piece. Looking at pattern and design from around the world the group will create a piece for public display. All welcome, no experience needed.

Friday 13th October

10am – noon   Writing and art making - How I make it work: imagination & invention

Connect to creativity and inspiration using writing and found objects.

Saturday 14th October

10am – noon   Moving Stories

Our bodies have a story to tell. This workshop will open a dialogue with our inner landscapes and the stories of our bodies. With movement, meditation and art work.

Contact The Wellbeing College to book 01225 831820
enquiries@wellbeingcollegebanes.co.uk
For further details about the workshops contact Philippa 01761 438852
philippa@creativityworks.org.uk