The Third Annual Gallatin Mental Health Arts Festival is a forum for all forms of artistic expression. The topic of mental health has become both ubiquitous and silenced within our culture. Artists are invited to interpret and explore and to respect the far-reaching and nuanced nature of conversations around mental health. The interdisciplinary work that will be performed and on display exemplifies efforts from the Gallatin community to address the subject of mental health through forward facing art and through their own research. The Festival will include a performance and a gallery component, with performances followed by a reception for the visual art on the 5th floor Gallatin Galleries.
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