Brighton born mental health project ‘eott’ will be taking over the Dreamy Place space at The Longley Room in Crawley Library to continue their work of normalising mental health conversation, as well as bringing together the local creative and mindful community.
Bringing in some true creatives and community members to help, eott will be first providing the space to come and communicate, to conversate, and share ideas, whilst secondly hosting an open talk which invites those in attendance to again share ideas, but also to hear others stories, respect others rhythms, and come together to find some peace and normality in talking about our minds.
Much like in the tone of its online work, eott will be delivering (and encouraging people to partake) the session in an informal manner.
The afternoon will also feature screenings by Lighthouse Young Creatives (LYC) – a professional and personal development scheme empowering young people who aspire to work in the creative industries but face a variety of barriers to doing so. LYC also sets out to address the chronic lack of diversity within the creative and digital industries, which stems from ongoing social inequalities and a historical lack of access and inclusion.
The event is free to attend and you can just turn up.
eott feat. LYC