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Austin Artists and People Living With Mental Illness Co-create Art Works to Shift Perceptions About Mental Health Through 4 Plus 4 Equals Project
Date:12/2/2013

ower2u.org/alternatives2013/" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">2013 Alternatives Conference. Alternatives is the oldest peer-run conference in the United States, and the 2013 theme centers around the idea that individual and collective wellness is enhanced through creating caring, resilient and strong communities that honor and embrace diversity. It has long been funded by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and will draw mental health advocates from around the nation.

The project is generously supported by the Hogg Foundation and Compton Foundation.

Richard Allen White, Michu Benaim Steiner, Lope Gutierrez-Ruiz, Brandi L. Rivera, Rebecca Layton, Jessica Saner, Claudia Gizell Aparicio Gamundi, Elvia Knoll and Brooke Gassiot are the participating artists and peers who co-created the artworks. Please visit http://www.4Plus4Equals.org/teams to learn more about each participant.

For more information please visit our website, http://www.4Plus4Equals.org, where you’ll find the poster art works, audio documentaries, information about upcoming events, information about teams and ways to get involved in the mental health conversation.

About the Project Partners

HATCH (http://www.hatchsocialchange.org) is the coordinating partner for this initiative, providing technical assistance and consultation on effective collaboration between artists and social change leaders, facilitating community dialogue and engagement and assisting with outreach to Austin creative and social change networks. HATCH’s mission is to bring together artists and social change leaders across sectors to solve problems and transform communities. HA
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