Visualising Mental Health Exhibition Launch
Designed to Make a Difference: Visualising Mental Health
A collaboration between the Psychology Health Forum and UniSA's matchstudio.
The culmination of months of student and industry collaborative work will be on show at the Kerry Packer Gallery from 12th October 2016.
We warmly and enthusiastically invite you to attend the opening event, or go to the exhibition if you miss the opening.
Facilitated by matchstudio, this exhibition presents the culmination of a 12 week co-design project between UniSA's third year Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) students and psychologists from the Psychology and Health Forum.
Mental ill health is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Psychologists along with other mental health professionals play a significant role in the prevention and treatment of mental ill health. One of the ongoing challenges psychologists face in doing this is communicating important mental health concepts to the wider community. It was this challenge that lead Dr Gareth Furbur to make contact with matchstudio to discuss how psychologists could collaborate with emerging designers to create engaging and informative mental health education materisl for the general public.
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Date and Time
Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Level 3, Hawke buidling
University of South Australia, City West campus
Adelaide, SA 5001