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Call for Entries: Arts in Mental Health Essay Prize
A 4000-word essay around an arts-based project (or a series of initiatives) that contributes to a greater understanding of mental health/illness in any given cultural context (e.g. an arts-based prevention, advocacy, research, and/or healing project).
The essay (word or pdf file) must be accompanied by visual materials (such as photos and/or videos of the project) or links to visual materials (e.g. website, shared folder) and can also consist of a photo-essay. It can be a joint project (e.g. a project co-authored by a healer and an artist).
The author/s must hold permission (or have gained permission before entering the prize) for the essay and accompanying visual materials to be published as an article for the WCPRR journal, and/or WACP website and newsletters.
Submissions will also be considered for publication in a WCPRR Special Issue on Arts and media in mental health.
Essays and visual materials must be sent by email to Jacques Arpin (email@example.com) and Erminia Colucci (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the 15th of March 2014.
Entries (one per individual) will be rated by a panel and the winner will receive 300 pounds.