Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Eternal Art in Walthamstow and Kingston

July is going to be a busy time for the Murder Minutes project with our latest film, Eternal Art of the Simulated Mind, reaching out into the wider community. First we premiere at one of our favourite festivals the Walthamstow International Film Festival.

Screening at....
Vestry House Museum
Community Room
Vestry Rd
Walthamstow, London E17 9NH
020 8496 4391
on the 13th-14th July.

I'll take some pictures and do another blogpost in due course.

Our second outing in July will be at Kingston University on Thursday the 25th.
It will be screened as part of the exhibition of the same name.
The exhibition documents two days on the simulated mental health ward at Kingston University. It was a unique experience and I felt privileged to be granted access to this high octane environment where students from the School of Nursing at the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, hone their mental health skills.
Although no stranger to sketching live performances, nothing could prepare me for this emotionally charged assignment. The artwork reveals what makes this programme so special and why it won Teaching Innovation Of The Year at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2012. warned! It is a strong film with sharp edges and has a very powerful score by two young bloods of the contemporary Jazz scene in London, Duncan Eagles and Leo Appleyard. Luckily we've had psychotherapist Harvey Wells as our Producer on the film so we've been in safe hands.


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