I’m delighted to be assisting in preparing for the delivery of some upcoming training at Niamos Radical Arts & Culture Centre. The newly set up Organic Recovery Community works closely with (and constitutes members of) groups and organisations such as The Hearing Voices Network (HVN), The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis […]
Still ill, ok?
Hi all, Quick post to let you know that Uber Access are offering free taxis to and fro from polling stations today for disabled voters! The code is from a charity that many disabled activists are – for very important reasons – not fond of, so I am not going to advertise them by mentioning […]
I DUNNIT THE ‘STENDERS MATRIARCH THING ( a bit ). Afraid you’ll have to buy the mini-zine to find out though. Also will be selling this and more gorgeous giftwrap n cards from £1 along with all me other glories from Stationary N’ Stationery at Dulcimer Bar this Sunday. M is for Matriarchy mini-zine (Eastenders) […]
My other venture, Stationary N’ Stationery, will be be popping up with fresh new stock from Gemma Correll, Pink Pig Sketchbooks, Ohh Deer, Maladiva and more! All at a totally discounted rate 🙂 We’ve got specialist art supplies for your crafty friends, sarcastic notebooks for the Grinch’s, and traditional organisers, planners, and even Christmas giftwrap […]
We’ve got some comfy cushions and blankets and a kettle donated, so come along on Wednesday 13th November to the Spoonie Artist meet-up numero duo! If you’re chronically ill/disabled and interested in doing some nice arty shit and chatting bout stuff and meeting people, then come along on Wednesday! If you can’t make it, fear […]
With the rise in popularity of journals, diaries, planners and specifically – yup – bullet journalling, the stationery market has seen a mega-boom in sales of notebooks that fit a certain Instagram-lead criteria. The format for this ‘perfect journal’ usually goes something like this: dotted pages hardback – or soft-hardback – cover super petty exterior […]
Have your voice heard in these upcoming focus groups and workshops, for The Commission for Equality in the Centre for Mental Health.
Tomorrow, I will be interviewing one of my heroes, Nicky Brendon, for this very website at Fab Cafe in Manchester! We’ll be talking about mental health awareness, the work that he does all over the globe for this, as well as how Nicky uses creativity and painting as a coping strategy. (I absolutely cannot wait […]