Creating Space for Mental Health in the Arts

Monday May 28 through Wednesday May 30, 2018 the #BigFeels symposium explores the intersectionalities of mental health and the arts and will create positive connections in our communities through meaningful conversations.
*Both venues are barrier free / fully accessible. please contact us with any ASL / accessibility needs as this is an accessible event.
Please send any questions, accessibility requests, etcetera to Parul Pandya :

Presented with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the City of Toronto through Toronto Arts Council Strategic Funding.


#BigFeels Schedule Click the headings below to see that date's schedule.

Did you miss #BigFeels or just want to review the information from the sessions you attended?

We’re working to get as many of the presentations up on our site as we can.  Click the titles below to see what we currently have uploaded. Any Additional presentations we receive will be added as we receive them. 

science+art: bringing youth engagement principles into arts programming with Emma McCann and Joshua Miller from CAMH’s Youth Engagement Initiative and Ayla Lefkowitz and Cassandra Myers from CANVAS.

Mad Art and the Political Aesthetics of a Social Movement with Jenna Reid, Twoey Gray and Cassandra Myers

Building a Culture of Positive Workplace Mental Health with Michael Prosserman (AKA B-Boy Piecez)

Mental Health Challenges & Services for Racialized People with Sheeba Narikuzhy