Art With Impact Blog

Art With Impact Blog

Art With Impact promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media. Our weekly blogs inform about the latest films, documentaries and campaigns (the good and the bad) that are using art as a way to express realities of mental illness and to break barriers of understanding issues related mental health.

Presenting our March 2018 Short Film Competition Winner!

Art With Impact (AWI) is excited to congratulate Kim Hunyh for the film ‘Sal Tran’ which is the February 2018 winner and latest addition to AWI’s OLIVE Film Collection! The short film follows the...

Student Voices: Using writing to cope with anxiety

By Carole Palattao – Student, University of Western Ontario, London, ON Micro-fiction, Macro-effect. When I was 10 years old I wrote my first novel. It was about a young girl named Natalie Jean, a...

Presenting Our Latest Short Film Competition Winner: Little Elizabeth

Art With Impact (AWI) is excited to congratulate Elizabeth Ayiku for the film ‘Little Elizabeth’ which is the February 2018 winner and latest addition to AWI’s OLIVE Film Collection! The short film is...

Using My Art to Find My Truth

– Dale Allen John Filmmaker and student, Manchester School of Art, UK I have always used words and creative writing as therapy and have always tried to voice my thoughts on paper. While I...

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Presenting Our Latest Short Film Competition Winner: Autobiography of a Body

Art With Impact is thrilled to announce our latest short film competition winner: Autobiography of a Body by Randy Kelly. Described as a “cinepoem,” Autobiography of a Body is a collaboration between the...

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New Mental Health Film Festival Kicks Off This Spring in NJ

This spring, one northern New Jersey resident is looking to make a difference in mental health awareness using the art of film. Sharrieff Bugg of Paterson, New Jersey, found his life in a...

Model Adwoa Aboah Continues Mental Health Advocacy With New Short Film

It’s incredibly easy to romanticize the life of a model. But here’s the thing: models are just people. And as people, they’re susceptible to mental illness, and have to work to maintain their...

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Indonesian Photographer Tackles Mental Illness Stigma With Art

From a very early age, we learn that one’s bedroom is a very personal, sacred, and intimate space — and visitors to said space must be thoroughly cleared before entry. This space becomes...

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