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Artfull

The development of artfull, an arts and mental health initiative, began in February 2005 as a joint initiative between the Scottish Executive's Tourism, Culture and Sport department, the National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Well-Being and the Scottish Arts Council.

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Mental Health Week 2007

There's lots happening, including the launch of the new artfull website on 10 October, World Mental Health Day. 

Sunflowers 2007; Photo: Michelle Naismith

Becoming Citizens

Michelle Naismith’s film project working with patients with eduring mental health problems.

Dance Base, Stenhouse Primary School, 2007; Photo: Dance Base

Dance Base

Dance in the community with both the young and the elderly.

Drake Scotland's new base at SPACE; Photo: Ross Aitken

Drake at SPACE

Drake Music open new premises at SPACE in Craigmillar.

Horsecross Trainee Drama Workshop Programme

The Horsecross Trainee Drama Worker Programme

Six participants referred by mental health services now training as Drama Workers in Perth.

Denise Hoey as Little Voice; Photo: Douglas Mcbride

Visible Fictions

Young people explore ideas of isolation, withdrawal and mental wellbeing through participation in theatre projects.

The Meaning is in the Waiting; Photo: Benzies/Grant

Pathways @ Inverurie Health Centre

The experimental GP referral scheme at Inverurie Health Centre.

Good Sister Bad, April 2006; Photo: Lung Ha's Theatre Company

Lung Ha's Theatre Company

Read about their recently launched new website.

ArtFull roundup 2006; Paul Chambers

ArtFull roundup 2006

Produced by Paul Chambers as part of his MBA in Cultural Management.

*Horsecross Arts
*Visible Fictions
*Pathways
*Lung Ha's Theatre Company
*ArtFull roundup 2006
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