Emotional Landscapes is a multi-disciplinary virtual, visual Art Exhibition with imagery, poetry, words, music and discussion. The exhibition is inspired by an artistic response to peace, health and well-being, influences of the pandemic, and themes of well-being and happiness intersecting with new borders of time and space in a changing landscape. The title for this unique virtual visual art and multi-disciplinary exhibition ‘Emotional landscapes’ was created by artist Noelle McAlinden from a series of creative conversations with writer, theatre and film-maker Mary Moynihan.
The conversations continued to encompass the work of visual artist Hina Khan, violinist and composer Lisa Mc Loughlin and writer and choreographer Fiona Bawn Thompson bringing together different artists who, each in their own way, were responding to the changing emotional landscapes of our evolving world. The panel discussion for Emotional Landscapes is based on responses to the emotional impact of Covid-19, ways to promote positive mental health and well-being and a reflection on the space that exists within and between us in a changing landscape.
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