Berwick exhibition puts the focus on well-being
To celebrate how creative activities support wellbeing and resilience, the Wellbeing Arts Group (WAG) is hosting a multi-arts exhibition.
More than 20 individuals will be exhibiting, including local artists Anna Turnbull, Caroline Underhill and Mary Fleeson who are also offering workshops.
A further 30-plus people from mental health services have contributed to collaborative art works.
Exhibitor Rachel Richards said: “When it comes to wellbeing I think it vitally important to explore and express our emotions. If they are left to fester they can turn into physical ailments and even darker mental distress.”
An artwork about ‘helping my wellbeing’ is being created through the week.
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If you want to make your own block print to add to this, you’ll be welcome along.
The exhibition is free and open daily from 10am to 4pm from May 13 to 18 in Berwick Baptist Church. Refreshments are available.
WAG has been awarded £1,000 by Greggs Community Foundation and £3,000 from the Readman Family Grassroots Fund at the Community Foundation serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland to develop its work.