Dr Craig Jordon-Baker, Rosie Gunn, Susan Merrick, Madeline Sparrow, Diana Williams

How can creative practitioners use and engage with archive materials, and develop work as a response? 

This touring exhibition in partnership with The National Archives will show creative work produced by UCA students and staff (Creative Writing, Film, Fine Art, MA Glass), in response to records related to mental health held at The National Archives and UCA Archives and Special Collections.

The exhibition brings together the exploration of the different ways in which mental illness has been represented and (mis)understood in society and culture, and how creative practitioners view and respond to the documents presented.

Sponsored by Friends of The National Archives and UCA.

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For opening times please see the James Hockey & Foyer Galleries pages

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Diana Williams

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