Doing weekly art based activities can decrease in feelings of anxiety and depression and give you a sense of engagement and social inclusion. Below you will find a selection of art based resources kindly donated by local artists and community groups to help keep your mind healthy. We have something for everyone, at all levels and expertise so try something new today from collage and painting, to colouring sheets and drumming.
Don't forget to show us your work - use #NowWereTalking on social media or email us.
Below are three lessons kindly donated by Colourwheel:
Lesson 2: Portraits
Resources: Portraits - Reference Images.pdf [pdf] 2MB
For more information please visit the Colourwheel website which includes more information on classes availible.
Arts Uplift CIC are offering a free Mindfully Creative downloadable resource which is on the Arts Uplift website www.artsuplift.co.uk/currentprojects
In the booklet there are various creative activities to do if you are suffering from any mental health issues such as low mood, anxiety or depression. Activites include Mindful Photography by Ruth Davey, Handsewing for Mindfulness by Michelle Flint, drumming workshops by Samba Workshops, arts and crafts by Escape Arts and Spare Room Arts. There is something for all ages.
Do share any work you do on the Arts Uplift’s social media, facebook, Instagram and Twitter or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Run by Claire Hilton, Creating Space was founded in 2017 as a go-to for supported creative spaces and Art Therapy for adults and young people in Worcestershire. There is an array of activities, whatever your extertise or resources which can be found on the blog page.
Our favourites include: