Next week is Mental Health Week @ Flinders – 29th May to 3rd August
You can find the OASIS coverage at this address.
You can find the FUSA coverage at this address.
This post is to give you a quick heads-up on what will be happening during the week.
Lots of people wandering around looking for coffee cause it is Monday.
Mental Health @ Sturt Campus – succulents, music, free food and a variety of stallholders all with your mental health in mind. Did I also mention free food? 11am to 2pm.
Mental Health @ Hub/Plaza – Teepee tents, free tea (from the Mad Tea Co), succulent decorating, acoustic music, free food, stallholders with mental health information and freebies. Did I mention there would be free stuff? 11am to 2pm.
Mirror Mirror: Self-portrait workshop #1 at the Art Museum. 12-2pm. Make your own self-portrait using experimental collage techniques. Facilitated by Flinders University Art Museum staff, participants can paint, decorate and collage a work of art to express their inner selves. Just rock up!
Mirror Mirror: Self-portrait workshop #2 at the Art Museum. 12-2pm. Make your own self-portrait using experimental collage techniques. Facilitated by Flinders University Art Museum staff, participants can paint, decorate and collage a work of art to express their inner selves. Just rock up!
batyr presentation. Humanities North: Lecture Theatre 2, Friday May 3rd, 10.30 to 11.30 – bookings to firstname.lastname@example.org – ‘batyr exists to smash the stigma surrounding mental ill health and empower young people to reach out for support. Their progams are run by young people for young people and are a lively and fun way to learn about mental health’
For those interested in a bit more reading about the week and how it came about:
- read this post on some of the considerations that went into organising the week
- read this post on how the media team at FUSA came up with the design language for the event
- the core messaging of mental health week