Posted on 08, July, 2010
Wide Open, a brand new exhibition of outsider art, is on show at the Together Our Space Gallery, 12 Old Street, London, from 8th July until 27th August.
Posted on 20, May, 2010
BLANK SPACE/(Y)OUR SPACE, a new multi-disciplinary exhibition featuring 16 emerging artists goes in on show at our Together Our Space gallery from Thursday 20th May until Friday 2nd July.
Posted on 11, March, 2010
The myth of ‘them and us’ still exists between those who have suffered from mental health problems and those who have not.
Posted on 07, December, 2009
For the first time, the whole of government has today committed to promote whole-population mental wellbeing, and to make life better for people with mental health problems. The Future Vision Coalition, of which Together is a part, welcomes this move.
Posted on 18, November, 2009
As reported by Mary O’Hara in the Society Guardian, Dr Dan Fisher MD, PhD, has flown over from the States to be the keynote speaker at Together’s first ever national conference, which is being held at the Royal College of Physicians today.
Posted on 08, October, 2009
To coincide with World Mental Health Day 2010 (10 October) Strength and Hope: Mental Health in Uganda – a photographic exhibition by award-winning press and documentary photographer Hannah Maule-ffinch opens at the Together Our Space Gallery on October 8. The exhibition documents life for […]
Posted on 18, December, 2008
Posted on 05, November, 2008
Together organised an event which looked at the issue of race equality in mental health. Melba Wilson OBE, the national head of Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health (DRE), a five-year government-funded action plan to overhaul services for BME users was the key speaker. An interview with Melba about her involvement with Together and our event was reported in the Society Guardian. Read the article in full here.
Posted on 21, October, 2008
One in four people will experience a mental health problem at some point, yet there is still stigma surrounding mental health issues. That’s why Paul O’Grady and the team behind his Channel 4 show decided to tackle the problem with a number of features aimed at dispelling the preconceptions about people suffering from mental ill-health.