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Panel Discussion Myths And Realities Of Artists' Health
Co-presented by Artists’ Health Alliance and Akin Projects and our thanks to Glad Day Bookshop for hosting this event.
Be part of this groundbreaking conversation as a panel of multidisciplinary artists and an arts medicine practitioner dispel myths and tell truths about artists’ health.
This panel opens up a crucial discussion about artists’ health by identifying the ideas that stand in its way. The starving artist, the mad artist and the solitary genius are just a few of the deeply entrenched myths about artists which glorify states of illness – hunger, mental illness, isolation.
Join Mahlikah Awe:ri, Charlie C Petch and Dr. Chase McMurren as they unpack myths about artists’ health and address those myths with their lived experience and professional knowledge, followed by a group discussion and Q&A period. This panel challenges misconceptions, offers empowering narratives in their place and, ultimately, aims to break down barriers to artists’ health.
Registration recommended, since space is limited. A block of seating will be held for registrants until 6:45. In order to prioritize accessibility, we are offering a Pay-What-You-Can pricing structure. Select how much you can donate from the following options: $5, $15, $25, $35. Suggested minimum $15
There is step free access through the front entrance, with automated doors. The main floor bathroom is wheelchair accessible with grab bars and a regular level toilet. All public areas are level and accessible, and there is (limited) street parking nearby.
If you have any accessibility needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week before the event and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
More information about the speakers here: http://artistshealth.com/workshops/myths-and-realities/