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Mental Health Arts is a year-round arts programme led by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, built around the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF). Established in 2007, the festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world and among Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature.

Latest Episodes

Being on the Inside: Body Talk

Nina Abeysuriya presents Being On The Inside, a new podcast which addresses mental health issues. In the first episode, produced for the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and Mental Health Awareness Week, Nina spoke to Tamar, an Edinburgh based belly dancer, teacher, choreographer and performer, about body acceptance.

37 MINJUN 5
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Being on the Inside: Body Talk

Talking It Over: Crazy

In this episode of Talking It Over, hosts Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell are joined by Frances Simpson, Chief Executive of Support in Mind Scotland, to discuss Crazy, the Feature Documentary winner at SMHAF 2018. After eight years in the mental health system, Eric takes the decision to exercise control over his treatment for schizophrenia. What follows is an intense struggle with the law, his doctors and his family, as he strives to find his own path to wellbeing. The podcast explores the vital issues the film raises around human rights and stigma, how Eric's experiences compare with those of people living with schizophrenia in Scotland and the work that is being done here to support people with long-term mental illnesses.

25 MIN2018 JUL 2
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Talking It Over: Crazy

Interview with Darren McGarvey, aka Loki

Talking Heads reporter Michael McEwan interviews Darren McGarvey, aka Loki, the Scottish rapper, about his new book Poverty Safari and what it has to say about inequality and mental health. Loki was speaking after a special spoken word and music event based on the book at Paisley Central Library, held as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.

4 MIN2018 MAY 28
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Interview with Darren McGarvey, aka Loki

Paragon Music: Mindfulness Drumming

Talking Heads reporter Michael McEwan spoke to representatives from Paragon Music, who are hosting mindfulness drumming workshops as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. They discuss how drumming can help with your mental health and why the organisation's ethos is an ideal fit for the festival. Features interviews with Charlotte Gibson, Communications Manager & Programme Coordinator at Paragon Music, workshop participant Rory and workshop leader Gameli Tordzro.

13 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Paragon Music: Mindfulness Drumming

Mental

Podcast series Talking It Over with Support in Mind Scotland is back for this year's festival. Hosts Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell present more fun and fascinating conversations inspired by the festival programme and issues relating to mental health. In the first episode, they speak to the Mental Health Foundation's Arts Lead Andrew Eaton-Lewis about the theatre programme, before having a discussion about The Mental Show and how it creates an engaging and moving piece of theatre about bipolar disorder, using music, anecdotes and medical notes.

27 MIN2018 MAY 18
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Mental

Men's Mental Health: Jassy Earl speaks to Brothers in Arms and Duncan Cowles

Jassy Earl chats with Dan Proverbs, founder of the campaign Brothers in Arms, and Duncan Cowles, a documentary filmmaker currently working on his first feature Silent Men, in this podcast from the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017. They discuss men's mental health, the barriers which inhibit men from opening up and the ways in which we can begin to talk and find other ways of talking about feelings, emotions and what goes on in our heads, during times of good and bad. Jassy Earl is a photographer, videographer and performance maker. At the core of her practice is an emphasis on people, stories and the human experience, working with people, children and communities. Most recently she is interested in grief, loss and the dialogues we have around death, particularly with young people. To find out more about her work, visit her website. Brothers in Arms: www.brothersinarms.co.uk Duncan Cowles: www.duncancowles.com / http://relfilm.com Music: 'Bermuda Triangle' by Liam Chapman an...

40 MIN2017 DEC 7
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Men's Mental Health: Jassy Earl speaks to Brothers in Arms and Duncan Cowles

Looking Closer: Visual art and mental health

"There was a recurring theme of escaping, escaping in some ways the prison that mental illness can become for some people." In Looking Closer, Nicole and Iain from Support in Mind Scotland travel up and down the country speaking to people involved in exhibitions at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017. This podcast features interviews with SMHAF Highland partner organisations, who hosted exhibitions at The Bike Shed, Inverness; and The Stafford Centre, SiMS' own community resource in Edinburgh. They also discuss artworks from Out of Sight, Out of Mind and Duvet Day, a physical exploration of depression by C&O Dance Theatre.

54 MIN2017 NOV 30
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Looking Closer: Visual art and mental health

Looking In: Experiences through the ages

In Looking In: Experiences Through the Ages, Nicole and Iain discuss two multi-arts events at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival: Six O'clock in Princes Street and Neu! Reekie! Named after the famous Wilfred Owen poem, Six O'clock in Princes Street was a night of poetry and performance in the stunning setting of Edinburgh Castle's Great Hall. Exploring veterans' experience with trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, it was led by NHS Lothian, Scottish Poetry Library, Strange Town and Veterans First Point. Popular spoken word night Neu! Reekie!, curated by Kevin Williamson and Michael Pedersen, took place in partnership with Dundee Literary Festival at Bonar Hall. Featuring novelist Jenni Fagan, presenting her short film Bangour Village Hospital, Loki, the Scottish rapper, guitarist Craig Lithgow, and Kevin Williamson and KiXX Collective performing a racy retelling of Robert Burns' Tam O'Shanter, it was a memorable evening. You can watch material mentioned in the podcast he...

27 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Looking In: Experiences through the ages

You Matter Always: Podcast

You Matter Always brings young people and professionals together to share ideas on how arts and culture can positively impact mental health and wellbeing. Talking Heads reporter Jo Osborne hosts this discussion after a brainstorming session at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival to develop ideas for the You Matter Always programme for Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018. The discussion featured: Suzanne Beins, creator of You Matter Always; Alan Clark, Project Manager at Create Paisley; Reuben Millward from RAMH; and Sophie Paterson, a 13-year-old filmmaker whose short film Patience won first place at St Matthew’s’ silent film competition during the festival.

12 MIN2017 OCT 27
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You Matter Always: Podcast

Looking On: An audience with mental health

The focus is firmly on theatre and how the stage acts as a platform for representing mental ill health in this podcast. Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell of Support in Mind Scotland speak to Andrew Eaton-Lewis, arts lead at the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, Mark Lockyer, writer and performer of Living with the Lights On, and Support in Mind Scotland colleague Laura Gulliver about AJ Taudevin's political cabaret Hysteria! This podcast was produced as part of Talking It Over... with Support in Mind Scotland, as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival's Talking Heads project.

60 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Looking On: An audience with mental health

Latest Episodes

Being on the Inside: Body Talk

Nina Abeysuriya presents Being On The Inside, a new podcast which addresses mental health issues. In the first episode, produced for the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and Mental Health Awareness Week, Nina spoke to Tamar, an Edinburgh based belly dancer, teacher, choreographer and performer, about body acceptance.

37 MINJUN 5
Comments
Being on the Inside: Body Talk

Talking It Over: Crazy

In this episode of Talking It Over, hosts Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell are joined by Frances Simpson, Chief Executive of Support in Mind Scotland, to discuss Crazy, the Feature Documentary winner at SMHAF 2018. After eight years in the mental health system, Eric takes the decision to exercise control over his treatment for schizophrenia. What follows is an intense struggle with the law, his doctors and his family, as he strives to find his own path to wellbeing. The podcast explores the vital issues the film raises around human rights and stigma, how Eric's experiences compare with those of people living with schizophrenia in Scotland and the work that is being done here to support people with long-term mental illnesses.

25 MIN2018 JUL 2
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Talking It Over: Crazy

Interview with Darren McGarvey, aka Loki

Talking Heads reporter Michael McEwan interviews Darren McGarvey, aka Loki, the Scottish rapper, about his new book Poverty Safari and what it has to say about inequality and mental health. Loki was speaking after a special spoken word and music event based on the book at Paisley Central Library, held as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.

4 MIN2018 MAY 28
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Interview with Darren McGarvey, aka Loki

Paragon Music: Mindfulness Drumming

Talking Heads reporter Michael McEwan spoke to representatives from Paragon Music, who are hosting mindfulness drumming workshops as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. They discuss how drumming can help with your mental health and why the organisation's ethos is an ideal fit for the festival. Features interviews with Charlotte Gibson, Communications Manager & Programme Coordinator at Paragon Music, workshop participant Rory and workshop leader Gameli Tordzro.

13 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Paragon Music: Mindfulness Drumming

Mental

Podcast series Talking It Over with Support in Mind Scotland is back for this year's festival. Hosts Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell present more fun and fascinating conversations inspired by the festival programme and issues relating to mental health. In the first episode, they speak to the Mental Health Foundation's Arts Lead Andrew Eaton-Lewis about the theatre programme, before having a discussion about The Mental Show and how it creates an engaging and moving piece of theatre about bipolar disorder, using music, anecdotes and medical notes.

27 MIN2018 MAY 18
Comments
Mental

Men's Mental Health: Jassy Earl speaks to Brothers in Arms and Duncan Cowles

Jassy Earl chats with Dan Proverbs, founder of the campaign Brothers in Arms, and Duncan Cowles, a documentary filmmaker currently working on his first feature Silent Men, in this podcast from the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017. They discuss men's mental health, the barriers which inhibit men from opening up and the ways in which we can begin to talk and find other ways of talking about feelings, emotions and what goes on in our heads, during times of good and bad. Jassy Earl is a photographer, videographer and performance maker. At the core of her practice is an emphasis on people, stories and the human experience, working with people, children and communities. Most recently she is interested in grief, loss and the dialogues we have around death, particularly with young people. To find out more about her work, visit her website. Brothers in Arms: www.brothersinarms.co.uk Duncan Cowles: www.duncancowles.com / http://relfilm.com Music: 'Bermuda Triangle' by Liam Chapman an...

40 MIN2017 DEC 7
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Men's Mental Health: Jassy Earl speaks to Brothers in Arms and Duncan Cowles

Looking Closer: Visual art and mental health

"There was a recurring theme of escaping, escaping in some ways the prison that mental illness can become for some people." In Looking Closer, Nicole and Iain from Support in Mind Scotland travel up and down the country speaking to people involved in exhibitions at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2017. This podcast features interviews with SMHAF Highland partner organisations, who hosted exhibitions at The Bike Shed, Inverness; and The Stafford Centre, SiMS' own community resource in Edinburgh. They also discuss artworks from Out of Sight, Out of Mind and Duvet Day, a physical exploration of depression by C&O Dance Theatre.

54 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
Looking Closer: Visual art and mental health

Looking In: Experiences through the ages

In Looking In: Experiences Through the Ages, Nicole and Iain discuss two multi-arts events at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival: Six O'clock in Princes Street and Neu! Reekie! Named after the famous Wilfred Owen poem, Six O'clock in Princes Street was a night of poetry and performance in the stunning setting of Edinburgh Castle's Great Hall. Exploring veterans' experience with trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, it was led by NHS Lothian, Scottish Poetry Library, Strange Town and Veterans First Point. Popular spoken word night Neu! Reekie!, curated by Kevin Williamson and Michael Pedersen, took place in partnership with Dundee Literary Festival at Bonar Hall. Featuring novelist Jenni Fagan, presenting her short film Bangour Village Hospital, Loki, the Scottish rapper, guitarist Craig Lithgow, and Kevin Williamson and KiXX Collective performing a racy retelling of Robert Burns' Tam O'Shanter, it was a memorable evening. You can watch material mentioned in the podcast he...

27 MIN2017 NOV 12
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Looking In: Experiences through the ages

You Matter Always: Podcast

You Matter Always brings young people and professionals together to share ideas on how arts and culture can positively impact mental health and wellbeing. Talking Heads reporter Jo Osborne hosts this discussion after a brainstorming session at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival to develop ideas for the You Matter Always programme for Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018. The discussion featured: Suzanne Beins, creator of You Matter Always; Alan Clark, Project Manager at Create Paisley; Reuben Millward from RAMH; and Sophie Paterson, a 13-year-old filmmaker whose short film Patience won first place at St Matthew’s’ silent film competition during the festival.

12 MIN2017 OCT 27
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You Matter Always: Podcast

Looking On: An audience with mental health

The focus is firmly on theatre and how the stage acts as a platform for representing mental ill health in this podcast. Nicole Bell and Iain Mitchell of Support in Mind Scotland speak to Andrew Eaton-Lewis, arts lead at the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, Mark Lockyer, writer and performer of Living with the Lights On, and Support in Mind Scotland colleague Laura Gulliver about AJ Taudevin's political cabaret Hysteria! This podcast was produced as part of Talking It Over... with Support in Mind Scotland, as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival's Talking Heads project.

60 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Looking On: An audience with mental health
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