An Oasis of Calm springs to life this Monday…
In June Dragon Cafe will be partnering with the Mental Health Foundation’s Anxiety Arts Festival London 2014, and creating a place of calm contemplation away from the often anxious world we live in.
Random Acts of Mindfulness between 1 – 4 pm and SoundWorks at 4.30 pm – which will introduce us to singing bowls – are just two of the many activities throughout the day.
Regular groups will continue and we shall also engage with the festival’s theme in the first part of our Anxiety Dialogues at 6.30 pm. Take your mind and body to a place of peace.
Celebrating all the wealth of creative, mindful and thought provoking ways to explore anxiety this June 2014…
Posted by Anna B Sexton on June 2, 2014
Jonathan Keane’s narrative film programme for Anxiety Arts Festival London 2014 spans the breadth of our relationships with the multifaceted and extremely prevalent mental health issue…
You can expect to be surprised and awakened to a new relationship with film and have your ideas of what and whom is driving your own, our own and societies anxieties…
The strands are;
- Fear of Fear
- Shock & Awe
- Anxious Animals
- Future Perfect?
Access the full film listings, venue details and prices HERE
And read the amazing review in The Guardian 31st May 2014…
Curator Jonathan Keane’s impressive narrative programme exploring the multi layered aspects of anxiety within film culture
Posted by Anna B Sexton on June 1, 2014
Living Music is a dementia friendly concert co-curated with Wigmore Hall Learning @ Wigmore Hall as part of Anxiety Arts Festival London 2014
It is not easy to understand the challenges of living with dementia or caring for a relative or friend who has dementia and the stigma this creates…
The concert has been created to uplift, connect and celebrate the power of music in people’s lives. And offer a special chance to visit Wigmore Hall – so well known for it’s immense range of classical music concerts and amazing Wigmore Learning department.
BOOK tickets here
The concert will include two beautiful programmes by the Heath Quartet and soprano Ailish Tynan, which include works by Schubert and Beethoven.
Posted by Anna B Sexton on May 27, 2014