Call for Glasgow artists to tackle mental health stigma in art fund application
The Anti-Stigma Arts Fund – operated by See Me – provides funds for individuals, groups, and organisations to create artwork to address mental health discrimination.
Glaswegians are being urged to help tackle mental health stigma and discrimination through art, with applications now open for funding into projects.
The Anti-Stigma Arts Fund – operated by See Me, Scotland’s programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination - has opened for the second year. Applications are being accepted for individuals, groups and organisations.
Pic: Chinese students took part in last year's project, exploring their experiences with mental health. (Image: See Me)