Art as a Medium
Art helps us accept and explore our emotions.
Art helps us embrace mistakes and foster self-compassion.
Art helps us play and connect with others.
Art helps us discover what we want and what we need.
Every one of us is born with the desire and ability to express ourselves, and art is a wonderful way to achieve this, especially for our mental health and wellness. The relationship between the arts and mental health is well established through research over the years. The beneficial effects of creating aren't dependent on a person's skill or talents. We believe that the process, not the product that is important.
Engaging in arts, social activities and interaction within our communities can help with major challenges such as ageing and loneliness. It can help to boost confidence and make us feel more engaged and resilient. Besides these benefits, art engagement also alleviates anxiety, depression and stress. Getting involved with the arts can have powerful and lasting effects on health. It can help to protect against a range of mental health conditions, help manage mental ill-health and support recovery
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Impact on our Body
Research studies have provided evidence that creative arts foster a positive mindset, leading to Social and Emotional benefits. Furthermore, art enhances brain function, producing better Cognitive and decision making skills. Creative and Physical health also go hand in hand.
What is Art for you?
Art is a form of relieving stress and getting a fresh breath of air.
Art evokes emotions, whether they are happy or sad, disturbing or exciting.
Art makes you feel, and art makes you think.
Art keeps my head on my shoulders. Art is a way to focus my energy.