REVEAL: with David Hoyle

REVEAL: with David Hoyle

16th January 2017 @ 12:00pm

REVEAL

We are seeking people from Greater Manchester’s LGBTQI community to participate in an arts based research and development project. Led by the legendary performance artist David Hoyle it will explore recovery from substance use-disorder.


What is it?

REVEAL is all about linking the arts with people in recovery from or affected by substance use-disorder. We want to tell a story, shine a light, blow away the myths and stand proud. We want to generate new possibilities for LGBTQI people in recovery by challenging and changing attitudes.


What’s in it for you?

Work with an artist to discover new ways of looking at and thinking about your recovery journey. Be part of our UNSEEN season that will celebrate the diversity of Greater Manchester’s recovery community by launching 3 new art works in September 2017.


What will happen?

You will work with David Hoyle & supporting artist Jackie Haynes to undertake creative and artistic led research that seeks to better understand the needs, requirements or barriers to recovery for LGBTQI people and their community. Hoyle is a vegan and in the 2 workshops artist and participants will creatively prepare a room for the hosting of a meal for sharing and conversation about lived experiences of addiction & recovery.


When & where?

You will need to be available for 2 workshop sessions being held on the Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th January. Each session will run from 12.00 - 3.00 pm.


About you?

You will be in abstinent based recovery with a minimum 3/6 months clean time.

Be creative or have an interest in the arts


Live in Greater Manchester


Who’s running it?

The project is run by Portraits of Recovery www.portraitsofrecovery.org.uk in partnership with the Manchester School of Art at Manchester Metropolitan University. Funded by the Cultural Capital Exchange and SUPERBIA, which supports LGBT events as part of Manchester Pride’s commitment to cultural events happening all year round across Greater Manchester


How to get involved?

Register your interest/reserve a FREE place/enquiries: markprest@rocketmail.com or message us through Mobile: 07527 044159

Portraits of Recovery are a Greater Manchester based visual arts charity whose work looks at bringing about new ways of looking at and understanding addiction and recovery by working with art and artists.