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TRIP! Wakefield Mental Health museum & Yorkshire Sculpture Park
22 March 2018 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm£5
NEW DATE! 22ND March
Cultural Trip to Wakefield Mental Health Museum & Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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A research venture to Yorkshire to see how others curate and manage mental health archives and objects. We will also be visiting the wonderful Yorkshire Sculpture park for creative inspiration.
Estimated times (All registered ticket holders will recieve updated details)
- Meeting at 9am outside the Central City Library to leave at 9.30am
- Arrive at Wakefield Mental Health Museum 11.30am
- Meet back on bus at 1.30pm
- Arrive at Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2pm
- Bus leaves Yorkshire Sculpture Park 4.30pm
- Arrives Newcastle 7pm
£5 tickets (online £4.09 and 98p service charge).
For further information Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 0191 209 4058
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund
Heads & Tales is a 2 year project to create a new heritage archive for the North East exploring, rebalancing and celebrating the voice of adults experieincing mental health conditions.
This project will be shaped and led by participants, volunteers and staff who are directly and indirectly effected by mental health issues. The project will expand to reach a wider population through public engagement, audience and participation strands across the North East.
Looking back through time from the late 1800s on, we will gather together and respond to current Archives in Museums, Health & Arts sectors. As well as this reflective work, we aim to also create substantial new archives with the starting point of the Declaration of Human rights in 1948 up to the present day.
Through Artistic means we aim to capture and create new material for the archives that show a more diverse perspective and understanding of the contemporary Mental Health Sphere. We hope to raise equality in archival material of an underrepresented group by creating new narratives on people’s memories and experiences for future archives and generations.