Using Creativity in Recovery: The Quo

 

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The Bumblefly Effect and The Quo team up to talk about how creativity can be used in recovering from a mental illness.

Myself, two other amazing artists, a music therapist, and Caitie from The Bumblefly Effect speak in this video about our work and what we are each striving to do.

 

The Bumblefly Effect are a global collective of creatives, committed to breaking the stigma of mental illness. To learn more about them search @thebumblyeffect on Instagram.

The Quo are a collaborative organisation who aim to connect individuals and organisations, to use the power of community and empathy to challenge the status quo. To learn more about them visit http://www.thequo.com.au

Raj Panda is a Sydney artist using his talents to express his experiences with depression, and comment on pop culture, history, media and literature. To find out more about Raj visit http://www.rajpanda.com.au

Rosell is the artist behind ‘RosellsCreatures’, a collection of characters with their own personalities, stories and expressions. Rosell uses art to explore her emotions and connect with others. To learn more about Rosell visit http://www.rosellscreatures.com

 

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