Every 3 months we centre our efforts around one campaign and within this we have art projects, local events, fundraising, our ASLI quarterly magazine, ASLI Blog, social media campaigns, art auctions, guest bloggers/feature writers, petitions, volunteer days and the list just keeps growing. With a plan to add a YouTube channel and pod casts by next year.
This campaign was launched on the 8th of March International Women’s Day and we wanted to celebrate women as well as discuss and highlight specific issues facing women worldwide via the medium of art and all its different mediums. Ranging from visual art, photography, film, documentary, dance, theatre, poetry, creative writing and music.
The issues we highlighted:
Our Second Campaign:
May – August – Mental Illness, Health and Recovery
And we addressed the following issues within our campaign:
- Mental illness and your personal story
- Stereotypes about mental illness
- Art and creative therapies
- Highlighting specific psychiatric illnesses
- Achieving mental health
- Medication and Treatment
- Politics, society and mental illness
We took part in raising awareness for particular mental illnesses and their specific awareness months and weeks during the time period of our campaign:
- May – Borderline Personality Disorder
- June – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- July – Minority Mental Health
Here is the Full second issue of ASLI MAGAZINE – click HERE
Find out what our current campaign is and our upcoming campaigns for 2016 – by clicking HERE
So how can you get involved?
Subscribe to our Blog https://artsaveslivesinternational.com/category/stop-press/
Subscribe to our On-line Magazine http://artsaveslivesintmagazine.com/
This way you will get our call for artists directly to your email and also can see what we are up to.
If you WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT our campaigns, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org