Exploring Bipolar Disorder Through Art

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The Centre for Brain and Mind, NIMHANS is commemorating World Bipolar Day on March 30th, the birth anniversary of the iconic artist Vincent van Gogh, by delving into the captivating fusion of science and art, aiming to shed light on bipolar disorder and mental health through the lens of artistic expression. Admission to this event is completely free of charge, making it accessible to everyone in the community. Attendees will have the chance to interact with mental health professionals, fostering open dialogue and understanding about mental health issues. Whether you’re an artist, a mental health advocate, or simply curious about this intersection, this event welcomes individuals from all walks of life!

Hosted at the NIMHANS Centre for Well-Being in BTM Layout, the day will kick off with a Zine Making Workshop hosted by Ipsa Jain from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm where participants will have the opportunity to unleash their creativity while learning about bipolar disorder and mental health disorders in a supportive and engaging environment. To register, visit the link (limited spots) —…

From 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, an Open Art Exhibit will take place, showcasing artworks that explore themes related to mental health, along with pieces created by patients from the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centre, NIMHANS. This exhibit offers a platform for artists to express their experiences, emotions, and insights, providing a profound glimpse into the complexities of living with bipolar disorder. If you are interested in submitting artwork which may be selected for display, you can submit your entries here —…

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