GALLERY EXHIBITION: First Virtual Exhibition of Arts for Wellbeing
Virtual Exhibition of Arts for Wellbeing Participants
Welcome to our virtual exhibition of Arts for Wellbeing by participants in the very first group on ‘Creative Challenge‘!
Creative Challenge is a self-development programme for people experiencing mental ill-health that feel ready to take the next steps in their journey to recovery. The programme helps participants to further develop their creativity, build new transferable skills and gain valuable experience, to help them reach their full potential and aspirations. Participants explore a wide range of art forms and techniques from printmaking to bookmaking, alongside professional skills such as design, photography and marketing. Delivered virtually, participants are also required to develop their work independently outside of the session, with the aid of support resources available on Arc’s Arts for Wellbeing dedicated learning platform, plus personalised feedback from the artist. To find out more about Arc’s mental health arts for wellbeing programmes for adults, visit www.arc-centre.org/creative-programmes-for-adults
This exhibition showcases the artworks and journeys made by participants of the first group on Arc’s Creative Challenge programme, and is inside a virtual Arc Centre at Hat Works.
This exhibition has now ended. Please see the video walkthrough below.
Ways to visit the Artsteps exhibition:
Click Play to start the tour. Tap and drag to look around, double click the floor to move. Click/tap an image to view.
- Explore the exhibition below, or
- If you’re on a desktop computer you can visit the Artsteps website, or
- Get the Artsteps app for using on an Android device from Google Play or the App Store for Apple. Launch the app and search for Arc Stockport, the select ‘watch’, use the bottom left and right controls to move and look around
- If you have a VR headset such as Google Cardboard, you can view the exhibition through the app as if you are really there (select ‘Watch in VR’)!
This programme was made possible during this difficult time thanks to support from